Standard Mail is broken down into how
Standard Mail (B) consists of which of the
following types of mail?
4. None of the Above
At MPOs, Standard Mail (B) is commonly
known as what type of mail?
3. Special Standard Mail
What addressing information is required
on Standard Mail (B)?
1. The complete address, including the
ZIP Code, of the addressee on all
sides of the parcel
2. The complete addresses, including the
ZIP Codes, of the addressee and
mailer on one side of the parcel
3. The complete addresses, including the
ZIP codes, of the addressee and the
mailer on the address side and the
reverse side of the parcel
4. An addressees address, including the
ZIP Code, on one side and the mailers
address with ZIP Code on the reverse
side of the parcel
Articles mailed at the Standard Mail (B)
rate of postage may be subject to
inspection under certain conditions
whether or not the mail piece is secured.
When placed in or on a parcel mailed
Standard Mail (B), which of the following
written additions and enclosures does NOT
require additional First-Class postage?
1. Matter mailable as Standard Mail (A)
printed on the wrapper
2. The words Please Do Not Open Until
Christmas inscribed on the wrapper
3. Instructions for the use of the item
mailed in writing as an enclosure
4. Each of the above
What is the maximum weight limit for
Standard Mail (B)?
1. 15 pounds
2. 30 pounds
3. 60 pounds
4. 70 pounds
When accepting Standard Mail (B) you
should refer to the Conditions Applied to
Mail Addressed to Military Post Offices
Overseas located in what document?
1. Module A of the DMM
2. USPS Postal Bulletin
3. Section 131 of the POM
4. Section 136 of the ASM
What is the maximum size limit for Parcel
Post (Oversized Mail)?
Postage for Standard Mail (B) is
determined by which of the following?
1. Size and distance it must travel
2. Distance it must travel and contents
3. Weight and distance it must travel
4. Weight and content