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Figure 2-2. An example of a page 13 entry (Administrative Remarks).
Block 7:  The Postal Officer will enter name, rank, duty title, and signature. Figure 2-3 is an example of a DD Form 285.  Use instructions  listed  below  to  guide  you  through  the process. Block 1:  Date appointee began work at MPO. Block 2:  Leave blank when designating. Block 3:  Type or print the name of the appointee. Block 4:   Type or print the appointee’s rank (PCSN) or paygrade (E-3). Block 5:  Type or print the appointee’s Social Security Number.    Block 6:  Type or print the appointee’s title. 2-2 PCf0201 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Figure 2-1. An example of a military postal clerk designation/termination (DD Form 2257).

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