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1-19.   DOD-operated dependent schools, DOD nonappropriated fund activities, American Red Cross, United Service Organizations, Inc. (USO), overseas military banking facilities and credit unions, masters and civilian crews of the Military Sealift Command (MSC) ships and merchant ships operating for the account of the MSC visiting your port. 1-20.  90 days advance notice of withdrawal of service will normally be given to any organization or individual. 1-21.  Balloting material. Answers to review questions for chapter 2. 2-1.  DOD Postal Manual and the Department of the Navy Postal Instructions. 2-2.  Page 13 entry must be made when you are initially designated as a military postal clerk and will last throughout your career. 2-3.  DD Form 285. 2-4.  Mail orderlies must be properly trained and have explained to them the importance of postal services, individual responsibilities, and the negative consequences if they do not perform assigned postal duties according to established procedures and instructions. 2-5.   To provide a command or division with a record of names and DD Form 285 numbers in numerical sequence for assigned mail orderlies. 2-6.  2 years after the last entry on the log has been revoked. 2-7.  A DD Form 2257 designation as command’s COPE. 2-8.  Not more than 5 consecutive working days. 2-9.  Chief postal clerk (E-7). 2-10. Reserve custodian and/or assistant clerks.2-11. The command’s monies audit board.2-12. 2 years from the termination date. 2-13.  Commissioned or warrant officer (normally the reserve custodian). 2-14.  DD Form 285. Answers to review questions for chapter 3. 3-1.  Easy, average, and difficult loads.3-2.  125 pounds. 3-3.  True. 3-4.  When the box itself is an adequate shipping container. 3-5.  10 times the girth of the article. 3-6.  It must have a positive closure such as a screw-on top or one that is secured by bolts or clamps. 3-7.  Foamed plastics, rubberized hair, corrugated fiberboard, excelsior (wood shavings), shredded newspaper. 3-8.  Cellophane and masking tape. 3-9.  Paper tape. 3-10.  The metal straps must have a smooth or have plastic-coated edges. 3-11.  5 inches apart. 3-12.  30 inches. 3-13.  The first digit of the ZIP Code divides the country into 10 large groups of states numbered from 0 to 9. AI-2

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