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only.  A notice usually remains in effect for less than 6 months,  but  is  not  permitted  to  remain  in  effect  for longer than l year. Instructions and notices concerning postal matters are numbered 5ll0 through 5ll9 in the Standard Subject Identification Codes (SSICs) used by the Navy.   The following are the codes and their titles: ·   Mail and Postal Affairs ·   Policies ·   Regulations ·   Liaison ·   Transportation ·   Losses and Claims ·   Complaints ·   Equipment ·   Customs and Contraband ·   Postal Operations CHANGES TO PUBLICATIONS When information changes within the USPS/MPS, publications become out of date and useless unless new information  is  incorporated  into  the  publications. Changes  will  normally  be  received  by  letter  of transmittal,  naval  message,  or  by  the  USPS  Postal Bulletin. Changes  and  corrections  are  made  by  inserting new  pages,  removing  obsolete  pages,  or  making pen-and-ink  changes  in  the  existing  book.  When making changes to a DOD or OPNAV instruction, the change should be entered in the text and a copy of the complete change should be placed in the front of the instruction with the date the change was made and the initials of the clerk making the change.  A publication that  is  not  up  to  date  or  one  that  has  been  changed incorrectly  may  be  useless  because  it  can  give  you wrong directions. When  a  list  of  effective  pages  is  included  with  a change, it is important that you check all pages against the checklist.  This procedure enables you to determine if your publication is correct. You  will  use  the  various  publications  mentioned already in this section as you learn your job.  They are references to which you will turn for information about correct  procedures.   In  any  military  post  office,  you need the answers to numerous questions.  You cannot possibly remember all these answers, and in fact you should  not  try  to  do  so.    Instead,  you  should  know where to locate the information.  The better you know your postal manuals and publications, the quicker you will be able to find the information you need. Q1-15.   What  publication  is  published  by  MPSA  to provide guidence for postal operations within the Military Postal Service? Q1-16.   You receive an article at your MPO without a ZIP  Code. What  publication  should  you consult to find the proper ZIP Code? Q1-17.   What  information  do  USPS  Postal  Bulletins provide military postal clerks? Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answers. ENTITLEMENT TO USE MILITARY POSTAL FACILITIES Learning  Objective:  Identify  the  various personnel  authorized  to  use  MPS  facilities and the identification required. The fact that a person has access to a naval activity does  not,  in  itself,  mean  entitlement  to  use  facilities aboard  that  activity.   This  includes  postal  facilities. The  Department  of  Defense  has  established  a  single policy  defining  the  organizations,  agencies,  and personnel entitled to use the facilities of the Military Postal Service.  Procedures are set up to carry out this policy. Personnel on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces are  authorized  to  use  the  Military  Postal  Service. Various   other   persons   and   agencies   are   also authorized, some regularly and some only in specific circumstances.  You must understand situations when regular  authorizations  apply  and  the  conditions  that justify special authorization. The establishment, operation, and use of the U.S. Military Postal Service in sovereign foreign countries depend upon an agreement with the host government, since  it  is  customary  among  nations  to  preserve  a monopoly of postal services. International agreements permitting  establishment  of  military  postal  facilities usually specify limiting the use of such facilities to the armed  forces  and  certain  civilian  agencies  and organizations  serving  with  or  related  to  the  armed 1-17

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