Army Post Office

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Army Post Office

A U.S. Army or Air Force 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: FPO.
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Before February 2015, military mail was facilitated by the Joint Military Postal Agency (JMPA) via the mail routing instruction, taking into account ships' movements and dates.
Postal operations entail establishing an Army post office on each base camp and a military mail terminal on cantonment.
A correspondent for the Military Mail wrote: "While gallant little Wales lives on, one of the most dazzling pages in its annals will be that describing how the Welsh Guards won their spurs at Loos.
The explanation is simple: Letters were collected from troops periodically and sent by the sack full as military mail, which was post free.
Navy serviceman suspected of having led a group that smuggled drugs into Japan in 2004 through the military mail service will soon be extradited from the United States, Japanese police said Tuesday.
The explanation is simple: post was collected from troops periodically and sent by the sack full as military mail, post free.
The romance blossomed as they exchanged heart-toheart letters - known in the military mail system as blueys - while Harry was in Afghanistan serving as an Army Apache gunship pilot.
For collectors, pinpointing where a piece of WWII military mail was sent from isn't always easy.
military mail or trans-Atlantic mail), collectors in this area have a greater chance of making a lucky "find" to enhance their collections.
He began shipping their paintings to the United States, using the US military mail system.
4 for military mail destined for Iraq or Afghanistan; Dec.
that way you're only paying postage to the military mail forwarding facility, and they take it the rest of the way.
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