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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Federal and state legal restrictions apply to the prescribing, dispensing, and mailing of prescription drugs, so NMOP can only mail to Army Post Offices (APOs) or Fleet Post Offices (FPOs) that are part of the U.
1, that will impact all packages mailed at Navy Fleet Post Offices (FPO).
Betty Mills ships to military units through army post offices (APOs) and fleet post offices (FPOs) and has filled orders for branches of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as military academies, including the U.
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