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COMMANDER JOINT MILITARY POSTAL ACTIVITY - PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL SERVICE CENTER 2650 BAYSHORE BLVD DALY CITY CA 94013-0026 Block 3.  Enter the address of the MPO preparing the report. Block 4.   Enter the postal activity that dispatched the mail (bottom line of slide label). For mail received from military  post  offices,  this  will  be  the  APO  or  FPO number. Block 5.   Enter the date the mail was dispatched (see reverse side of slide label). Block 6.  Enter the class or type of mail involved.  For example, First-Class (or FCM), Priority, Standard mail, SAM, PAL, etc. Block 7.  Enter the number of slide labels or facing slips attached to the report. Block  8. Indicate  the  irregularity  by  checking  the appropriate box.  More than one box may be checked. For example, if a pouch or sack was the wrong type and unserviceable, then you’ll mark both boxes. Block 9.  Write a concise explanation of the irregularity to  include  any  irregularity  discovered  which  is  not mentioned on the form. Block 10.  Enter name (Last, First, MI), paygrade, and sign. Q9-10.   What PS form should you use to obtain the signature  of  an  addressee  for  delivery  of  a certified letter? Q9-11.   While  sorting  incoming  letter  mail,  what should  you  do  when  you  discover  a  missent letter? Q9-12.   When  a  letter  is  received  at  your  MPO addressed  to  an  individual  or  activity  not authorized  MPO  privileges,  what  necessary action must occur? Q9-13.   Explain the procedures to follow when loose cash is found during the sorting of incoming or outgoing mail. 9-12 PCf0905 9 8 10 Figure 9-5.—An example of a DD Form 2273, Irregularities in Make-up and Dispatch of Mail.

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