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MANAGED MAIL TRAY (MM)—A stackable cardboard or plastic container used with and enclosing cardboard sleeve.  It is used to transport letter-size mail between selected postal facilities or between a mailer’s mailroom or plant and a specific postal facility. MILITARY MAIL—Domestic mail and international mail that bear a U.S. military delivery address or return address and that, in some stage of its transmission, is in the possession of the Department of Defense (DOD). MILITARY MAIL TERMINAL—A Department of Defense (DOD) facility usually operated by the Army (USA) to send, receive, combine, distribute, transfer, dispatch, and control military mail (usually Presorted Standard Mail A, Standard Mail B, and non-time value Periodicals) to, from, and in overseas (OCONUS) areas. MILITARY POST OFFICE (MPO)—A branch of a designated USPS civilian post office, which falls under the jurisdiction of the postmaster of either New York or San Francisco.   It is operated by the Department of Defense to serve military personnel overseas or aboard ships where the USPS does not operate and a military situation requires the service.  It may be either an Army post office (FPO) that serves the Army or Air Force or a fleet post office (FPO) that serves the Coast Guard, Navy, or Marine Corps. MIXED CITY—A dispatch of mail for more than one zone in a city. MIXED STATES—A dispatch of mail for several states. MONEY  ORDER  VERIFICATION  OFFICER—A  person  (E-7  or  above)  designated  by  the commanding officer to perform daily audits of money order business. MONIES AUDIT BOARD—Consists of personnel designated in writing by the commanding officer to perform monthly audits of the post office. NEGLIGENCE—The failure to act as a reasonably careful person would act under like conditions. Failure to comply with existing postal laws or procedures may be evidence of negligence. NONMAILABLE ARTICLES and SUBSTANCES—Matter that may not, by law, be sent through the mail.  This includes certain hazardous matter, restricted matter, or perishable matter. OFFICIAL MAIL—Mail authorized by federal law to be sent by government officials without postage prepayment.   It includes franked mail sent by members of Congress and penalty mail sent by U.S. Government agencies. ORDINARY MAIL—Any class of domestic mail that is accorded standard dispatching and handling. This  excludes  Express  Mail  and  Priority  Mail  as  well  as  mail  with  a  special  service  (for  example, certified mail, collect on delivery, registered mail, and special handling). ORIGIN AIRPORT—Air facility at which a mail dispatch is actually performed. PARENT UNIT—A primary military post office (MPO) that may operate integral subordinate units. PECUNIARY LIABILITY—A personal, joint, or corporate monetary obligation to make good any lost, damaged, or destroyed property resulting from fault or neglect.  It also may result under conditions stipulated in a contract or bond. PENALTY MAIL—Official mail sent without postage prepayment by officers of the executive and judicial branches of the U.S. Government, by departments and agencies of the U.S. Government, and by specifically authorized individuals.   The term comes from the endorsement “Penalty for Private Use” printed on the mail. PHILATELY—The collection and study of postage stamp and postal stationary for pleasure and profit. POSTAGE  METER—A  mechanical  or  electromechanical  device  that  can  print  one  or  more denominations  of  an  authorized  postage  indicia. It  is  available  for  lease  only  from  designated manufactures. AII-5

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