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Q4-1.     What  is  the  definition  of  domestic  mail  as stated in the Domestic Mail Manual? Q4-2 List  the  factors  that  determine  the  different classes of mail. Q4-3. Domestic mail is divided into what five classes of mail? Q4-4. If an article being presented for mailing is not square or rectangular in shape, at what part of this  article  should  the  measurements  be taken? Q4-5. Express  Mail  service  is  available  at  all MPOs?  (True/False.) Q4-6. What document is used to send Express Mail via post office to addressee? Q4-7. A privately printed post card is considered to be what class of mail? Q4-8. What  is  the  minimum  size  limit  for  a  post card? Q4-9. Define First-Class zone rated (Priority) mail. Q4-10.   First-Class  zone  rated  (Priority)  mail  must not exceed what maximum weight limit? Q4-11.   What  is  the  maximum  combined  length  and girth  of  a  First-Class  zone  rated  (Priority) parcel that may be accepted in the mail? Q4-12.   The  USPS  has  divided  the  U.S.  and  its territories into how many zones? Q4-13.   Explain the Balloon Surcharge Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answers. PERIODICALS Learning  Objective:   Recall  the  makeup  of Periodical mail. Periodicals are publications such as magazines and newspapers  whose  primary  purpose  is  transmitting information  to  an  established  list  of  subscribers  or requesters.  Webster dictionary defines periodicals as publications  published  at  regular  intervals  of  more than  one  day.     Only  publishers  and  registered newsagents authorized periodicals mailing privileges may mail at the Periodicals rate. WHAT MAY BE MAILED AT THE PERIODICALS RATES Periodical matter consists of complete magazines, newspapers and other periodicals (the term complete, means  in  the  same  manner  the  publication  was published). A cutout page of a magazine or a portion of a  newspaper  is  not  considered  periodicals  matter. Based on their weight, they’ll be considered standard mail matter. PERIODICALS MAILED BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC As  a  military  postal  clerk,  you  need  only  be concerned  with  newspapers  and  other  periodicals mailed  by  the  general  public  (persons  other  than publishers or registered newsagents).   These articles, which have previously been entered into the USPS at the  Periodicals  rate,  will  be  charged  the  applicable 4-11 PCf0405 DATE Able B. Seaman USS Underway (CV-66) FPO AE 09561-0001 Mr. Jack Frost 5 Sunnyside St. Anytown US 11111 Figure 4-5.—Endorsement on a Priority Mail article.

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