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Figure 21-14. And Example of a PS Form 1578-B
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Figure 12-15. An example of a PS Form 1957-C
Reviewed by MSC/Division column:  Signature of postal officer or MPO supervisor. PREPRINTED TAGS AND LABELS Preprinted  military  tags  and  labels  must  be requisitioned from the USPS on an as-needed basis.  A PS Form 1957-C, Request for Military Tags, used to order PS Tags 135 and 135C, (see figure 12-15), and a PS Form 1957-D, Request for Military Labels, used to order PS Labels 136 and 136C (see figure 12-16), must be submitted to: MILITARY MAIL OPERATIONS 475 L-ENFANT PLAZA SW 8TH FL RM 370 WASHINGTON DC 20260-7103 No more than a 3-month supply of tags and labels should be requisitioned.  The postal supply clerk must make  sure  quantities  requested  are  in  multiples  of 1,000 only.  Nonreceipt of requisitions within 60 days from submission of the requisition must be reported to MPSA-OP.   Provide  a  copy  of  the  requisition  when reporting nonreceipt. DISPOSITION OF USPS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES Learning  Objective:    Recall  the  procedures for properly disposing of USPS equipment and supplies. Capital and sensitive equipment that is not needed by  an  operational  MPO  should  be  reported  by  naval message  to  the  serving  JMPA  for  coordination  of return with the USPS. The message should identify the equipment by description, item number, quantity, and serial number.   In addition, any available information regarding an existing need at another shipboard MPO or shorebased MPO should be included in the message. This action should be coordinated with the FLTCINC postal officer, as appropriate. When capital or sensitive equipment is processed according to disposition instructions received from the appropriate JMPA, a new PS Form 1590, Supplies and Equipment   Receipt,   should   be   completed   and submitted in duplicate to the NPFO.   The NPFO will return  the  original  copy  to  relieve  the  COPE  of accountability for the returned item. Non-capital   and   non-sensitive   equipment determined  to  be  in  excess  should  be  reported  to  the FLTCINC  postal  officer  and  disposition  instructions requested.   Nonaccountable equipment transferred to another MPO should be receipted for on the receiving unit  or  installation’s  property  books,  as  appropriate, and  the  command  transferring  the  equipment  should remove  it  from  their  property  book.    This  action  is required  to  ensure  that  proper  accountability  is maintained to include property disposal actions. All  other  items,  such  as  forms,  labels,  tags,  and regular supply items, should be transferred to another MPO  or  destroyed. An  exception  to  the  above procedure  applies  if  the  postal  activity  is  located  in CONUS, in which case all excess items are returned to the local serving post office. When  an  MPO  is  closed  or  deactivated,  the procedures  in  the  previous  paragraphs  apply  in disposing of all USPS capital and sensitive equipment, DOD non-capital and non-sensitive equipment, and all other postal supplies.  A message will be provided by the   FLTCINC   with   specific   instructions   on   the disposition of locally needed supply items. The  postal  officer  and/or  the  COPE  should  be aware constantly of the condition of USPS equipment assigned to their areas of responsibility. ORDERING POSTAL PUBLICATIONS Learning  Objective:    Recall  the  procedures for  ordering  USPS,  DOD,  and  OPNAV publications. As stated earlier in this training manual, sources of information   (publications)   are   one   of   the   most important assets for the operation of any MPO.  If your MPO is not on the automatic distribution list to receive USPS publications required to be maintained at Navy post  offices,  you  should  submit  a  naval  message  to MPSA,  info  copy  to  your  FLTCINC  Postal  Officer, requesting your command be added to the list.  If your publications  become  damaged  or  are  missing  pages, then order replacement publications direct from MDC Topeka,  KS  using  PS  Form  7380.    If  your  MPO  is located in CONUS, you can use the TTOES method for requisitioning replacement of USPS publications. DOD postal publications are written by MPSA to provide uniform administration of postal functions for 12-23

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