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INTRATHEATER MAIL—Mail addressed within a theater of operation.  Example:  Mail from FPO AE 09XXX to FPO AE 09XXX. INVESTIGATING  OFFICER—A  commissioned  officer,  warrant  officer,  or  senior  enlisted  person (E-7 through E-9) appointed by a commander to review and conduct investigations, establish pecuniary liability, and report findings and recommendations within the appointing order. IRREGULARITIES (CARRIER)—Failure by serving carriers to comply with performance standards established by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). KILLER BARS—The parallel lines that extend to the right of the circular postmark for canceling the postage  stamp  so  that  it  cannot  be  reused. The  lines  are  part  of  most  standard  machine  and hand-stamped cancellations. MAIL ADDRESS ONLY (MAO)—An APO or FPO number serving as a routing indicator for mail separation and transportation routing purposes only. MAIL CLERK—An individual designated by proper authority to perform mail duties in association with the operation of a unit mailroom (UMR) or a postal service center (PSC) that is not considered a section of a military post office (MPO). MAIL CONTROL ACTIVITY (MCA)—A civilian or military facility handling mail; such as, an aerial mail terminal (AMT), airport mail facility (AMF), bulk mail center (BMC), fleet mail center (FMC), military mail terminal (MMT), or postal concentration center (PCC). MAIL COVER—A record of information on the outside (cover) of any mailpiece.  It is kept to locate a fugitive, protect national security, or obtain evidence of a crime punishable by a prison term exceeding 1 year.  This record is one of the few ways information on mail may be disclosed outside the USPS, and its use is lawful only if authorized by postal regulations. MAIL DIRECTORY—An alphabetical listing by name of individuals served, due to arrive, or departed within  the  past  year.   Inside  the  United  States,  mail  directories  are  maintained  by  military  units  to process undeliverable military mail for personnel served in transit or on temporary duty status.  Outside the United States, mail directories are maintained by units, military post offices (MPOs), and central postal directories to process undeliverable military mail for personnel served. MAIL DIRECTORY SERVICE—A search of mail directory files for the name of the addressee of undeliverable mail and endorsing each piece to show a forwarding address or reason for nondelivery. MAIL MAKEUP—To separate and group mail for dispatch. MAIL MANIFEST—A document transferring mail to a postal activity or into a mail transportation system.  For example:  DD Form 1384, Transportation Control and Movement Document. MAIL ORDERLY—An individual designated by proper authority to perform mail-handling duties that are limited to collection and delivery of non-accountable mail from mailrooms and post offices. MAIL  PROCESSING—Canceling  and  sorting  mail  so  it  can  be  sent  from  the  post  office.  All subfunctions that accommodate these two basic steps, including in and/or out movement, are part of the processing function. MAILROOM—A facility or area operated by the Department of Defense (DOD) or civilian agency for the receipt and delivery of mail for military units or other authorized personnel and agencies. MAIL ROUTING AUTHORITY—Mail routing message or individual requesting mail movement of any given unit. MAIL ROUTING GUIDE—Guide published by Joint Military Postal Activity - Atlantic (JMPA-A) or Joint Military Postal Activity - Pacific (JMPA-P) that lists all U.S. Navy (USN) ships and activities operating within its area of responsibility. AII-4

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