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Figure 4-11—Customer not declaring contents on the outside of the article.
Q4-18.   Before accepting a Standard Mail (B) parcel addressed to a military post office overseas, what publication should you consult? Q4-19.   What  is  the  maximum  size  limitation  for Standard Mail (B)? Q4-20.   A parcel presented for mailing is determined to be outside your serving BMC.  To compute the  proper  postage,  what  factor  must  you consider? Q4-21.   When  a  parcel  presented  for  mailing  is determined  to  be  within  your  serving  BMC (intra-BMC), what compensation is made? Q4-22.   Name at least three items that may be mailed at the Special Standard Mail rate. Q4-23.   What  endorsements  should  be  placed  on articles mailed at the Special Standard Mail rate, and in what location? Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answers. CUSTOMS PROCEDURES FOR DOMESTIC MAIL Learning  Objective: Recall  the  customs requirements for Domestic Mail. All  articles  mailed  from  an  MPO  outside  the Customs  Territory  of  the  United  States  (CTUS) believed to contain merchandise are subject to customs examination and duty collection upon entry into the U.S. customs territory. The  CTUS  includes  the  50  states,  District  of Columbia  (Washington,  DC),  and  Puerto  Rico. Merchandise mailed outside of these areas and to these areas must have a customs declaration attached.  It is the mailer’s responsibility when mailing items to or from areas outside the CTUS to comply with customs laws.   In other words, the mailer must accurately list the  contents  and  value  of  each  article  mailed. However, you, as a military postal clerk, should check for the following items at the time an article containing merchandise is presented for mailing: ·   The proper customs form is properly completed and attached. ·   The mailer has a valid identification card. CUSTOMS DECLARATIONS Two  types  of  customs  declaration  forms  are available,  PS  Form  2976,  CN  22  (Old  C  1),  and  PS Form  2976-A,  Customs  Declaration  and  Dispatch Note.  Letter mail and parcels containing merchandise addressed for delivery within the CTUS must have a customs form attached. NOTE: After  the  mailer  and  accepting  clerk completes PS Form 2976-A, the accepting clerk must insert the form set into an envelope (PS Form 2976-E). Either  a  PS  Form  2976  (see  figure  4-12)  or  PS Form 2976-A (see figure 4-13) may be used, provided they are completed properly, and lists and describes the entire contents of the article.   The class of mail does NOT determine which customs form to use.  However, 4-17 PCf0410 Able B. Seaman USS Underway (CV-66) FPO AE 09561-0001 SAMLIBRARY DATE Mr. Jack Frost 5 Sunnyside St. Anytown US 11111 Figure 4-10—Endorsement on a Library Mail article.

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