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AIII-21 DESIGNATION OF MAIL ORDERLY/CLERK MEMORANDUM FOR POSTAL OFFICER Subj:  DESIGNATION OF MAIL ORDERLY/CLERK Ref:   (a) DoD Postal Manual 4525.6-M, Volume II, Chapter 3 1.  Nominee below is trustworthy in character and has not been disciplined for any reasons reflecting unfavorably upon his integrity.  Designated individual meets qualifications set forth in reference (a). Department/Division Name (First-Middle Initial-Last) SSN Rate 2.  Responsibilities and duties have been explained as required by reference (a) as follows: a.  Mail orderlies must be U.S. Citizen to handle registered mail. b.  Return revoked mail cards DD-285 to the post office and notify the postal clerk. c.  Present your DD Form 285 when picking up mail. d.  Safeguard mail at all times.  Mail orderlies may be held directly responsible for any loss brought about by their failure to properly handle mail entrusted to their care.  While in the custody of mail orderlies, U.S. mail will be considered inviolate and will not be subject to delay, interception, seizure, rifling or confiscation by any person. e.  Deliver mail only to addressee or an agent designated by the addressee in writing. f.   Under no circumstances, will mail be placed on bunks, tables, desks, in open boxes or similar places, or otherwise left unprotected while awaiting delivery. g.  Return all undeliverable mail to the post office for personnel on leave, hospitalized, TAD, UA status, or transferred.  Do not place endorsements on undeliverable mail returned. Notify postal clerk status of addressee for proper disposition of mail. h.  Direct questions or complaints, suspected postal offenses, and irregularities concerning mail service to the Postal Officer. Mail Orderly/Clerk Signature/Date Department Head Signature/Date Postal Officer Signature/Date DD-285 Issued. D-285 Revoked. Enclosure (5)

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