3-15. The ships homeport.
3-16. The Standard Navy Distribution List (SNDL), parts 1 and 2, and annex A to part 1.
3-17. Whenever box numbers, barracks, or division numbers, are used as a part of the address, they
should be included on the second line of the address.
3-18. (1) Affords greater control of mail. (2) Qualifies mail for domestic postal rates. (3) A
uniform system for addressing mail.
3-19. The joint military postal activities (JMPA-ATL and JMPA-PAC).
3-20. The mailer.
3-21. Injurious article is any article, composition, or material that may kill or injure another, or
damage the mail, or other property.
3-22. Injurious articles are generally nonmailable to, from, or between military post offices.
3-23. False, under certain conditions injurious articles may be entered into the mail system.
3-24. None; matches of all types are prohibited for mailing to military post offices and foreign
3-26. Intoxicating liquors may only be mailed if the alcohol count is less than .05 percent. For
mailing purposes, intoxicating liquors should not be accepted in the Military Postal
3-27. Powders must be packaged in either siftproof containers or in other containers sealed in
durable, siftproof outer containers.
3-28. The device must have the batteries removed or deactivated. The batteries may be mailed in
the same parcel, but must be packed in such a way that they will not come into contact with
3-30. Size of your post office.
3-32. USPS Publication 247.
Answers to review questions for chapter 4.
4-1. Domestic mail is mail transmitted within, among, and between the United States, its
territories, and possessions; Army-Air Force post offices (APOs), fleet (Navy) post offices
(FPOs); and the United Nations, New York.
4-2. Weight, contents, and service.
4-3. (1) Express Mail, (2) First-Class Mail, (3) Periodicals, (4) Standard Mail (A), (5) Standard
4-4. The measurements are taken at the greatest dimensions.
4-6. USPS Label 11-B.
4-7. First-Class Mail.
4-8. Post cards must not be smaller than 3 1/2 by 5 inches.