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the disassembling of articles for determining contents, or the physical search of Department of Defense (DOD) personnel and sponsors for contraband. FACE—The side of a mailpiece with the delivery address.  To arrange mail in a uniform orientation; that is, with the delivery address facing forward and the postage stamp, meter stamp, or permit imprint positioned in the upper-right corner. FINANCIAL  SERVICE—Availability  to  patrons  of  stamp  stock;  registered,  certified,  and  insured service; and money order service. FIXED  CREDIT—A  fixed  amount  of  monetary  credit  extended  to  a  custodian  of  postal  effects (COPE) or other Postal Clerks for conducting financial services and for ordering stamps and stamped paper from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). FLAT—A general term for flat-size mail, so called because the large mail is sorted with out bending it so that the mail remains flat. FLEXIBLE CREDIT—An initial amount of credit extended to a custodian of postal effects (COPE) or a postal finance officer (PFO) by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) for ordering accountable paper.  A stamp sale remittance reduces the amount of credit, while stamp requisitions increase the credit. FOREIGN  AIR  CARRIER—Aircraft  owned  and  operated  by  foreign  companies  or  foreign governments  of  individual  countries. Used  to  transport  ordinary  military  mail  (less  OSM  and registered mail). FREE MAIL—Letter mail, post cards, postal cards, and sound recordings or video’s having the nature of personal correspondence mailed by military personnel in a combat zone or while hospitalized as a result of injury or disease incurred while serving in a combat zone when designated by the President. GENERAL   DELIVERY—An   alternate   delivery   service   that   allows   customers   with   proper identification to pick up mail at post offices. Provided primarily at offices without letter carrier delivery or for transients and customers who do not have a permanent address or who prefer not to use post office boxes. INDEMNITY—An amount paid by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) on presentation of a claim and proof of loss or damage to registered or insured mail as an adjustment or payment for loss or damage. INDICIA—An imprinted designation on a mailpiece that denotes postage payment (for example, a permit imprint in place of a postage stamp or meter stamp). INSPECTION—The  detailed  observation  of  personal  property,  letter  and  parcel  mail,  and  other Department of Defense (DOD) cargo, noting their markings and outer physical characteristics, and the oral  questioning  of  Department  of  Defense  (DOD)  personnel  and  their  sponsors  to  determine  the potential for customs violations. INTERNATIONAL  EXCHANGE  OFFICE  (IEO)—A  post  office  or  airport  mail  center/facility (AMC/F)  authorized  to  exchange  international  mail  and  military  mail,  both  air  and  surface,  with another country. INTERNATIONAL MAIL—Mail originating in one country and destinating in another.  It is classified as  Postal  Union  Mail  (that  is,  letters  and  cards  (LC)  and  other  articles  (AO)),  postal  parcels,  and Express Mail International Service. INTERTHEATER MAIL—Mail addressed between theaters exclusive of that between the continental United States (CONUS) and oversees (OCONUS) theaters.  Example:  Mail from FPO AE 09XXX to FPO AP 96XXX. INTRANSIT  MAIL—All  mail,  other  than  working  mail,  that  is  received  into  a  postal  facility  for re-dispatch intact to another postal activity. AII-3

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