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POSTAL  AGREEMENT—An  agreement  between  the  U.S.  Postal  Service  (USPS)  and  the Department  of  Defense  (DOD)  concerning  guidelines  for  providing  postal  services  on  military installations. POSTAL CARD—A blank mailing card sold by the USPS (as distinguished from a commercial card) with a printed or impressed postage stamp. POSTAL COMPLAINT—An expression of dissatisfaction, discontent, disappointment, or resentment concerning any postal product service, or postal personnel. POSTAL CONCENTRATION CENTER (PCC)—A U.S. Postal Service (USPS) facility operated at a continental  U.S.  (CONUS)  gateway  city  for  concentrating  and  dispatching  overseas  (OCONUS) destined military mail and for receiving and processing continental U.S. (CONUS) destined military mail.  A postal concentration center (PCC) can be a separate facility or part of an aerial mail terminal (AMT) or bulk mail center (BMC). POSTAL EFFECTS—All accountable paper stock, funds, and equipment entrusted to the Department of Defense (DOD) by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) for military postal operations. Postal Effects include postage stamps, stamped paper, and funds derived from their sale; blank money order forms, paid money orders, and money order funds; fees collected  for special mail services;  and capital or sensitive equipment furnished by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). POSTAL FINANCE OFFICER (PFO)—A custodian designated to maintain wholesale quantities of postage stamps, stamped paper, and blank money order forms for issue to custodian of postal effects (COPEs) for the operation of military post offices (MPOs). POSTAL INQUIRY—A request for postal information. POSTAL OFFICER—An individual designated by the commanding officer for the overall supervision of the command’s postal operations. POSTAL  SERVICE  CENTER  (PSC)—A  facility  through  which  mail  is  delivered  to  authorized individuals by delivery receptacles without regard to unit of assignment. POSTAL ZONE—A geographic measurement that is based on the distance between units of the earth’s area 30 minutes square. This data is generally used when computing postage on zone-rate mail (such as Parcel Post) between USPS facilities including military post offices. POSTMARK—A postal cancellation imprint on letters, flats, and parcels.  The imprint shows date and the name, state, and ZIP Code of the post office or sectional center facility that accepted custody of the mailpiece. POUCH—Mailbag identified by the leather strap-locking device. PROSPECTIVE RELIEF—An individual designated as the alternate postal clerk.  The alternate postal clerk should be available to carry out postal functions in the absence of the primary postal clerk. RECEPTACLE—A no-fee box used to deliver mail in postal service centers (PSCs), unit mailrooms (UMRs), and other authorized places.   A key or combination lock is used to control delivery to the proper addressee. REGISTRY  CAGE—A  storage  area  for  large  quantities  of  registered  mail.    The  area  must  meet requirements established by the military postal service agency (MPSA). RESERVE CUSTODIAN—An individual designated in writing by command authority to control and safeguard postal effects that are the responsibility of the designated custodian of postal effects (COPE). RESPONSIBLE COMMANDER—A designated officer exercising control over a specified level of postal operations determined by each major command (MACOM). RETROGRADE MAIL—Mail destinating in the United States. AII-6

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