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8-32.  The first 10 numbers. 8-33.  PS Form 17. 8-34.  45 days. 8-35. An emergency requisition for blank money orders should be requested by sending a message to the appropriate FLTCINC postal officer with info copy to MPSA. 8-36.  Each package contains 100 blank money order forms. 8-37.  DD Form 885, Money Order Control Record. 8-38.  Setting the date. 8-39.  True. 8-40.  Module S of the DMM. 8-41.  False.  A fee is charged for each money order issued. 8-42.  The money order must be spoiled. 8-43.   No fee is charged.   The customer must complete the money order and endorse it on the reverse side. The customer will then turn over the money order and customer receipt to the money order clerk.  Then the money order clerk will issue a new money order for the same amount as the original money order. 8-44.  Indefinite. 8-45.  The customer’s signs the money order above the words ENDORSEMENT SIGNATURE, and the Postal Clerk stamps the money order with the APDS and initials it. 8-46.  At the end of each business day on which money orders were sold. 8-47.  PS Form 6019. 8-48.  One original and two copies. 8-49.  Two. 8-50.  Three. 8-51.  True. 8-52.  Section III. 8-53.  Remarks section. Answers to review questions for chapter 9. 9-1.  An individual designated by proper authority to perform mail-handling duties, but who does not operate a mailroom. 9-2.  A room or enclosure with proper security that serves as a place for unit mail clerks to handle, process, and deliver mail. 9-3.  True. 9-4.   Duplicate keys and copies of safe combinations must be sealed in separate duplicate key envelopes, endorsed to indicate contents, and kept in a safe controlled by the commanding officer or a designated representative. 9-5.  Commanding officer. 9-6.  Mail orderly system. 9-7.  Postage-due mail will be delivered as regular mail without the collection of postage. AI-8

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