9-8. PS Form 3883.
9-9. PS Form 3849.
9-10. PS Form 3849.
9-11. Postmark all missent letters with the date of receipt on the back and endorse Missent to
MPO ___, then forward the letter to the correct address with the next outgoing dispatch.
9-12. The letter should be endorsed ADDRESSEE NOT AUTHORIZED MPO PRIVILEGES and
returned to sender.
9-13. Make every effort to match the cash with the mailing container. If not successful then
forward by registered USPS mail to the appropriate accountable postmaster.
9-14. DD Form 2273.
9-15. In the same manner as domestic mail.
9-17. To determine the adequacy of mail service and to assist in cases of complaints or
9-18. The processing and makeup of mail.
9-19. Crews living quarters, general mess, library, CPO mess, wardroom, or any other area
convenient for crewmembers.
9-20. At high-traffic areas such as BEQs, BOQs, galley, housing areas, and outside, in front of the
9-21. Sheet metal.
9-22. A GSA, three position-tumbler, series-type lock or any three position-tumbler type lock.
9-23. The key cannot be removed until the lock is secured.
9-24. USPS Item D1175B.
9-25. Business reply mail, some types of official mail, FREE mail, certain matter for the blind or
handicapped, keys and identification cards being returned to owners.
9-26. Endorse the letter POSTAGE DUE ___, and enter the amount due, and process for dispatch
with other mail.
9-27. The letter will be endorsed POSTAGE DUE ____, the special service label will be attached;
and the special service fee will be included in the postage-due amount. This does not apply
for registered or Express Mail.
9-30. By facing the mail you are placing each one in a stack with the address side up and the stamps
pointing to the right.
9-31. All mail.
9-34. Approximately 4 inches.