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.
7-4. 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 bearers 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.
7-7. 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.
7-12. 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.
7-16. Separating the pieces by destination.
7-17. Any hole renders the equipment unusable for registered mail.
7-18. PS Form 3854.
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.
7-28. 5 days.