9-37. OSPs are parcels that are not placed in pouches because of size, weight, nature, or content.
9-38. 50 pounds.
9-39. Slide label.
9-40. USPS HBK T-7.
9-42. Reduces the number of pouches or trays for one destination allowing for a more expeditious
mail delivery system.
9-43. Military mail is any domestic or international mail that bears a military address or return
address and at some stage in its transit is in the possession of the Department of Defense.
9-44. Airlift, sealift, and land transportation.
9-45. United States commercial air carrier.
9-46. After all other classes of mail have been accepted, PAL and SAM should be tendered.
9-47. Outside mail (OSM) or registered mail.
9-48. PS Form 2942-A (AV-7).
9-49. The original and four copies to the air carrier representative, one copy retained in MPO files,
one copy to Supervisor (IAMRU, Dulles).
9-50. Beginning with number 1 on the first dispatch of each month.
9-51. DD Form 1384.
9-52. OPNAV Form 5110/9.
9-54. PS Form 2759.
9-55. Report by naval message the following information, the nature of the error, any actions taken
to correct the error, and recommendations that would prevent recurring errors.
Answers to review questions for chapter 10.
10-2. By keeping family members informed of probable mail interruptions or delays by including
this information as a part of commands family-grams, holding predeployment briefings,
and notices in the plan of the day.
10-3. PS Form 4314-C, Consumer Service Card.
10-5. Used to process inquiries for certified mail and domestic ordinary mail.
10-6. Postal Operations Manual (POM).
10-7. To recover the value of an item if it becomes lost or damaged.
10-9. 45 days after the date of mailing.
10-10. Evidence of insurance, evidence of value, and proof of loss or damage.
10-11. By sending PS Form 3760 to the sender.10-12. PS Form 673.10-13. PS Form 542.10-14.
PS Form 2855.10-15. PS Form 6401.