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Department of Defense Postal Manual
operation within that command.  Postal officer duties include:    Becoming thoroughly familiar with USPS and DOD directives and regulations, as well as all Navy postal instructions and directives.    Reviewing  post  office  records  and  materially inspecting postal facilities weekly.    Randomly  checking  mail  directory  service  to ensure  compliance  with  the  Department  of Defense  Postal  Manual,  DOD  4525.6-M, volume II, chapter 6.    Being present during all postal audits.    Possible assignment to the monies audit board if no postal account is held.    Asking for aid from postal assistance advisors as often as needed. MONIES AUDIT BOARD The  command  monies  audit  board  consists  of personnel  designated  in  writing  by  the  commanding officer  of  which  one  may  be  the  postal  officer,  to perform  monthly  audits  of  the  post  office.    During these audits at least 2 auditors must be present to verify all  postal  accounts  and  to  ensure  all  accountable equipment assigned to the NPO is accounted for. POSTAL ASSISTANCE ADVISORS Postal assistance advisors are senior Navy Postal Clerks or DOD civilian employees who are assigned by  FLTCINC  postal  officers  to  selected  commands where  there  are  large  concentrations  of  ships  in  the United States and overseas.  They are there to provide guidance to commanding officers and postal officers, and to assist postal clerks with questions concerning the  daily  operation  of  post  offices  and  to  give additional  training  to  assigned  postal  personnel  as needed. Each post office operated by the Navy should be visited  at  least  once  every  18  months  by  a  postal assistance  advisor.   In  addition,  each  ship  that  has  a post office aboard should have a postal assistance visit before any scheduled extended deployment. Q1-8. Name at least three qualifications required of Navy personnel to be designated as a military postal clerk. Q1-9. Navy   personnel   that   are   designated   as military  postal  clerks  must  be  of  the  postal clerk rating.  (True/False) Q1-10.   What is the main task of a reserve custodian? Q1-11.   Who  is  normally  assigned  as  the  reserve custodian aboard a smaller class ship? Q1-12.   A  command  postal  officer  is  designated  in writing by what official? Q1-13.   Who  should  you  consult  if  you  are  having postal problems or if you have any questions relating to postal matters? Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answers. TRAINING Learning  Objective:  Identify  postal  training facilities. A  Postal  Clerk  “A”  course  is  taught  under  the sponsorship of the U.S. Army.  This is an inter-service school that trains prospective military postal clerks for all  branches  of  the  armed  services.    The  school  is currently  located  at  Fort  Jackson,  SC.    The  course provides enlisted personnel with a working knowledge of  the  techniques  and  procedures  involved  in  the operation  of  a  military  post  office.    In  addition  to meeting the qualifications for a military postal clerk, Navy  personnel  scheduled  to  attend  the  course  must have a minimum of l year or more of active duty service remaining after completion of the course. In addition to the PC “A” school, there is also a postal  supervisor  course  offered  for  personnel primarily at the PO2 level.  This course is also located at Fort Jackson, SC. Q1-14.   Under  the  sponsorship  of  what  military department  is  the  Postal  Clerk  “A”  school taught? Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answer. SOURCES OF INFORMATION Learning  Objective:  Identify  essential Department  of  the  Navy,  Department  of Defense,  and  United  States  Postal  Service publications and manuals. Before you begin working a postal finance window accepting articles for mailing, issuing money orders, 1-11

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