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Answers to review questions for chapter 7. 7-1.  (1) Mail was placed in collection boxes or in mail drops in post office; (2) addressed to post offices  to  which  it  cannot  be  safely  transported;  (3)  improperly  prepared;  (4)  article consists of two or more items that are tied or fastened together. 7-2.  Declared value of the article presented for mailing. 7-3. $25,000. 7-4.   A negotiable item is any instrument that can be exchanged for cash or goods without the signature of the bearer.   A nonnegotiable item requires a bearer’s signature in order to exchange them for cash or merchandise. 7-5.  False; postal employees or military postal clerks are not permitted to assist in the preparation or sealing of mail to be registered. 7-6.  True. 7-7.  Clear tape and masking tape. 7-8.  An article is considered as registered when a receipt (PS Form 3806) has been issued. 7-9.  By postmarking all sides and flaps with an APDS. 7-10.  Twice, once on each side at the crossing of the upper and lower flaps. 7-11.  Secret. 7-12.  To provide the security required for classified material, and official and personal mail. 7-13.   Scheduled U.S. commercial, passenger nonstop flights; all cargo aircraft; AMC aircraft; surface transportation as directed; or Navy military aircraft. 7-14.  PS Form 3877. 7-15.  True. 7-16.  Separating the pieces by destination. 7-17.  Any hole renders the equipment unusable for registered mail. 7-18.  PS Form 3854. 7-19.  True. 7-20.  True. 7-21. The letter S. 7-22.  Replenishment at Sea Instructions (NWP 4-01). 7-23.   Whether or not the damaged registered article is personal or official.   If depredation or compromise is suspected. 7-24.  PS Form 3826. 7-25.    Enter  the  received  articles  registered  number  on  the  bill  and  coupon  with  a  note  of explanation,  immediately  contact  the  dispatching  activity  by  phone,  E-mail,  or  naval message, and return the coupon portion of the bill to the dispatching activity. 7-26.  True. 7-27.  True. 7-28.  5 days. 7-29.  True. AI-6

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