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Figure 7-11.—An example of proper closure and securing of a registered pouch.
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file the original copy with the registry balance sheet that was prepared the day of dispatch.   The suspense copy is then destroyed. DISPATCHING MAIL DIRECTLY TO MILITARY POST OFFICES When  registered  mail  is  dispatched  directly  to another military postal activity, PS Form 3854 should be prepared, in triplicate, to account for each pouch and  outside  piece.     In  addition,  the  following procedures apply: ·   The registered number of outside pieces should be preceded by the letter “O” and the number of numbered seal pouches by the letter “S.” ·   The office of origin of each registered piece must be shown. ·   The  Postal  Clerk  entrusted  with  delivery  must sign as receiving postmaster on the triplicate bill. The  total  number  of  pieces  received  must  be shown in the appropriate space to the left of the signature. 7-12 1 2 3 4 FPO  AE  09561 AMF KENNEDY NY REGISTERED JFK 090869086 0030000352 Bg T 00300 3.2 kgs Pcf0712 Figure 7-12.—An example of a registered pouch slide label. PCf0713 KOREA VIA KUZ KUNSAN KUZ Figure 7-13.—An example of a PS Tag 135-E, airport coded tag for registered mail. PCf0714 CANAL ZONE VIA HOW HOWARD AFB Figure 7-14.—An example of a PS Label 136-E, airport coded label for registered outside mail.

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