Fleet Post Office


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Fleet Post Office

A U.S. Coast Guard, Marine Corps or Navy office where American military personnel stationed overseas can send and receive correspondence. It operates just like a regular post office and must abide by all regulations set by the U.S. Postal Service. However, it is operated by the Department of Defense. See also: APO.
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Naval Support Activity (NSA) Bahrain Fleet Post Office and Fleet Mail Center (FMC) showed how mail processes work to a visiting general on April 15.
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