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
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
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.
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 youll 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
Q9-10. What PS form should you use to obtain the
signature of an addressee for delivery of a
Q9-11. While sorting incoming letter mail, what
should you do when you discover a missent
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.
Figure 9-5.An example of a DD Form 2273, Irregularities in Make-up and Dispatch of Mail.