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   The 48 contiguous states:  15 pounds, 60 inches in length and girth combined.    An APO/FPO outside the 48 contiguous states: 70  pounds,  100  inches  in  length  and  girth combined. PARCEL AIRLIFT (PAL) Parcel airlift service provides for air transportation of parcels on a space-available basis to or from military post  offices  outside  the  contiguous  48  states.   PAL service is available for articles sent as Standard Mail (B) that are mailed at or addressed to any overseas post offices outside the 48 contiguous states. PAL is given air service from the point of loading overseas  to  the  point  of  entry  into  the  U.S.  on  a space-available basis.  Unlike SAM, PAL provides for continued air service from the point of entry into the U.S. to the city of address or to the nearest point where air service is available. Weight and Size Limits For  Standard  Mail  (B)  to  be  given  PAL  service, certain weight and size requirements must be met.    The article must not exceed 60 inches in length and girth combined.    The article must not weigh more than 30 pounds. Postage Fees To receive PAL service, the customer pays a fee in addition to the Standard Mail (B) rate of postage.  The PAL fee is determined on the basis of the following weight increments:    Not more than 2 pounds.    Over 2 but not more than 3 pounds.    Over 3 but not more than 4 pounds.    Over 4 pounds. The current PAL fees are found in Module R of the DMM. Endorsements Articles sent PAL will be endorsed with the large letters “PAL” on the address side, above the name of the addressee (see figure 4-8.) It is the responsibility of the accepting clerk to place the “PAL” endorsement on the article at the time of acceptance. SPECIAL STANDARD MAIL This is a special rate of postage for certain items of Standard Mail.  In most instances, this rate is cheaper than  the  Standard  Mail  (B)  rate.   Both  rates  should always be checked to ensure that the cheapest rate is applied.  Some of the articles that may be mailed at the Special Standard Mail rate include: 4-15 PCf0408 Able B. Seaman USS Underway (CV-66) FPO AE 09561-0001 PAL DATE Mr. Jack Frost 5 Sunnyside St. Anytown US 11111 Figure 4-8—Endorsement on a PAL article.

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