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Table 11-4.—Treatment of Undeliverable-as-Addressed Standard Mail (B)
those  catalogs  bearing  the  endorsements A D D R E S S / F O RWA R D I N G / R E T U R N SERVICE REQUESTED. Catalogs may then be given to any authorized customer or placed in the military post office lobby for customer use. ·   If  in  the  United  States,  you  should  follow  the instructions listed in table 11-3. Income Tax Booklet Income  tax  booklets  that  are  undeliverable  as addressed should be released to the appropriate local office   designated   by   the   commanding   officer. Normally, the legal officer for the command provides this  service.   Before  releasing  undeliverable  income tax  booklets,  you  should  remove  and  destroy  all address  labels.    Postal  bulletin  notices  pertaining  to nonrelease  of  income  tax  booklets  do  not  apply  at military post offices. STANDARD MAIL (B) Standard Mail (B), as learned in a previous lesson, is  also  known  as  SAM  or  Parcel  Post.    It  contains matter, other than personal correspondence, weighing 16  ounces  up  to  70  pounds  and  consists  mainly  of parcels.  Process Standard Mail (B) in accordance with USPS instructions (see table 11-4). VOTING AND BALLOTING MATERIAL Voting and balloting material should be provided directory  service  immediately  when  it  cannot  be delivered as addressed.  If the material is undeliverable and  a  forwarding  address  is  not  known,  it  should  be returned  to  the  mailer  immediately,  marked  with  the reason  for  return.   Do  not  hold  for  personnel  due  to arrive unless they are due in 30 days after receipt of the balloting material. MAIL FOR PERSONNEL CONFINED Instructions   concerning   mail   for   personnel confined   for   disciplinary   reasons   are   in   the Department   of   the   Navy   Corrections   Manual (SECNAVINST 1640.9). Mail  for  personnel  whose  forwarding  addresses are   on   file   should   be   endorsed   and   promptly forwarded. The forwarding address should show a post office box, or a street address, but should not indicate that the person is confined. ADDRESSEE NOT AUTHORIZED MILITARY POST OFFICE PRIVILEGES Mail  received  at  overseas  locations  addressed  to personnel  not  authorized  MPO  privileges  should  be endorsed  ADDRESSEE  NOT  AUTHORIZED  MPO PRIVILEGES   and   returned   to   the   mailer. Organizations  and  personnel  authorized  use  of  the MPS must not use it as intermediaries for any person or organizations   not   specifically   authorized   MPO privileges.  If mail is addressed in care of an individual 11-17 PCf1116 SK1 VERY C. PISTOL S-1 DIV USS NEVERSAIL (CG-10) FPO AE 09556-001 S-1 DIV USS UNDERWAY (CV-66) FPO AE 09561-001 CHANGE OF ADDRESS DUE DUE TO OFFICIAL ORDER DISPOSITION: FORWARD TO ADDRESSEE BOB C. SICK 565 WAVERLY RD OCEAN CITY MD 21289 SAM Figure 11-16.—An example of a Standard Mail (B) piece, depicting endorsement when forwarded to the addressee.

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