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(2) Actively solicit the involvement of commanding officers in compliance with reference (e) concerning the frequency schedule of postal assist visits every 18 months for the afloat commands and annually for ashore commands. (3) Conduct investigations or assist, as appropriate, U.S. Postal Inspectors, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and Judge Advocate General investigators researching irregularities regarding postal funds, mail, and administrative procedures. h.  Mail Router.  The Mail Router will perform this special postal function strictly per reference (c), Volume I, Chapter 11, Part 3. In addition, the performance of this duty supports the movement of mail to  and  from  mobile  units,  and  the  dispatch  of  mail  according  to  mail-routing  information  from commanders of mobile units and Joint Military Postal Activities.  Cutoff dates for the various classes of mail shall be planned carefully by the dispatching office and shall be based upon the transportation available, transit times, and special conditions affecting mail delivery.   Close coordination between mobile units and supporting fixed MPS/USPS activities is necessary. All mail routing information will be in message format per reference (c), Chapter 11. 6.  Location/Hours of Operation a.   FMC Yokohama.   Located in Building S-106, North Pier, Yokohama.   The FMC is a mail processing  center  to  route,  receive,  consolidate,  and  dispatch  mail  for  Navy  and  Marine  units  and commands in Japan, Korea, Okinawa, and mobile units of the Seventh Fleet operating in the Northern and Western Pacific, the Fifth Fleet, and the Indian Ocean.  FMC Yokohama operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, processing over 2,000,000 pounds of mail monthly.   Financial services are limited to a Stamp Vending Machine in the entrance of the Military Sealift Command Headquarters building, located at North Pier. b.  Negishi Housing Post Office.  Located in the Community Center, Building 19045, Negishi Heights, Yokohama. Hours of Operation: c. COMFLEACT Yokosuka Post Office. Navy post office COMFLEACT Yokosuka is located in Building  1258,  next  to  the  Berkey  Field  House  and  Thew  Gym.   Provides  services  in  support  of Seventh Fleet and Fifth Fleet deployed naval forces, 11 homeported ships, 54 tenant commands and approximately 23,000 military/civilian personnel and family members. AIII-4 Services Days Hours Monday 1100 - 1700 Tuesday - Friday 0900 - 1700 Customer Services Saturday 0900 - 1300 Sunday/Holidays Closed Family Member Mail Lobby Boxes Monday - Sunday 24-Hour Service Stamp Vending Machine (SVM) (Inside bldg 19045, next to theater) Monday - Sunday 24-Hour Service Stamp Vending Machine (SVM) (Quarter Deck, Military Sea Lift Command) Monday - Sunday 24-Hour Service

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