or has been tendered for transportation by a military
· Failure to transfer: Mail not transferred between
designated flights of the same carrier or between
designated flights of two carriers.
· Missing mail: When the number of pieces of
mail delivered to a postal facility is less than the
number indicated on the PS Form 2942-A. In
this instance, the mail must be assumed to be
missing and tracer action initiated.
inbound mail will not be reported on PS Form
2759 until the origin dispatching office verifies
that the pieces were in fact dispatched and
· Missing AV-7: When an air carrier delivers mail
to a postal facility or another air carrier for
transfer without the required dispatch
documents (PS Form 2942-A).
Prepare PS Form 2759 in an original and two
copies. Specific instructions for completing PS Form
2759 are on the reverse side of the form. However, the
following serve as reminders when completing the
· TYPE OR PRINT LEGIBLY with a ballpoint
pen (black ink).
· Check the appropriate box indicating the correct
irregularity code corresponding to the specific
· Provide accurate information in each of the
appropriate spaces provided on the form.
Include the proper category of mail (e.g.,
Express, First-Class, Priority, MOM, SAM,
PAL) in the Class column.
· Include a sufficient explanation to substantiate
the type of irregularity noted and fully describe
the circumstances involved.
· Show all weights in kilograms.
· Use a separate PS Form 2759 for each reportable
irregularity. Each PS Form 2759 will record
only one irregularity code.
Prepare PS Form 2759 as follows:
Enter the three-letter alpha code of the
reporting facility. For example, if the Rome AMT was
reporting the irregularity, then it would be ROM.
Block 2: Enter the date (YY/MM/DD) the report is
Block 3: Leave blank. The supervisor will complete
this block, if applicable.
Block 4: Pre-printed form serial number.
Block 5: Enter the last name and first initial of the
person initiating the report.
Block 6: Check the box labeled Military.
Block 7: Intended Flight: The intended flight is the
original, planned routing of the mail. Enter the flight
number, the scheduled leave and/or arrival time, and the
date of the intended flight.
Block 8: Actual Flight: Enter the actual flight number,
time, and date to which the mail was dispatched or from
which the mail was received.
Block 9 & 10: Mark only one code for each PS Form
The information entered here
reflects the number of pieces, and weight of the mail;
container type, class of mail (use the letter G if the
mail is mixed and it is not feasible to count individual
pieces by class); three-letter code of the office of origin
and destination; and the dispatch number which is the
AV-7 control number.
· The explanation should be specific (who, what,
when, where, why, and how) in detailing the
circumstances which may have had a direct
effect on the mishandling. Also include the
disposition of the mail.
· The postal supervisors signature serves as an
indication that the form has been reviewed for
completeness and accuracy and the date of the
notification is entered in this block.
· Check the block for lower priority on board
when it can be substantiated that freight has been
loaded, which displaces mail.
Block 12: Leave blank. The Postal Officer in Charge
(reviewing official) completes this portion of the form.
The reviewing official must indicate, by checking the
appropriate block, whether or not a penalty assessment
AIR MOBILITY COMMAND CARRIERS
When mail is transported from the United States to
an overseas destination via AMC, any irregularity
should be reported by naval message to the appropriate
The message should include a statement
reporting the nature of the error, any actions taken to