Answers to review questions for chapter 11.
11-1. To assist you in delivering mail to personnel and in forwarding or otherwise disposing of
mail addressed to those persons no longer at your command.
11-2. All Navy commands are required to maintain a mail directory file of all personnel receiving
mail through the activity.
11-3. OPNAV Form 5110/5, Notice of Change of Address.
11-4. Alphabetical order by last name.
11-5. 12 months after the individual has transferred on PCS orders or 3 months after person left
from TAD assignment of 6 months or less.
11-6. Not larger than 1 1/2 by 1 1/2 inches.
11-7. 15 days.
11-9. 15 days.
11-11. PS Form 3579.
11-12. The wrapper and label of the catalog should be removed and destroyed; the catalog then
should be given to an authorized customer or placed in the post office lobby.
11-13. Department of the Navy Corrections Manual (SECNAVINST 1640.9).
11-14. Mail should be endorsed ADDRESSEE NOT AUTHORIZED MPO PRIVILEGES and
returned to mailer.
11-15. As waste.
11-16. (1) MISSING, (2) KILLED IN ACTION, (3) WOUNDED.
11-17. 60 days after decommissioning.
Answers to review questions for chapter 12.
12-1. USPS should be used to the maximum extent.
12-2. Respective military service.
12-3. Military service.
12-4. PS Form 1590.
12-5. A 3-month level.
12-6. Used to account for each USPS supply item. PS Form 1586 will reflect the USPS item
number, unit of issue, minimum and maximum supply levels, balance on hand, quantity on
hand, quantity received, and quantity issued.
12-7. Postal supply clerk.
12-8. With the number 1 on 1 October each year.
12-9. 10-digit access code and FEDSTRIP number.
12-10. PS Formx DDD.
12-11. Electrical message.
12-12. A shipping order is a USPS computer printout invoice indicating action taken by the