ⓘ Postal clerk (United States Navy)

Postal clerk (United States Navy)

ⓘ Postal clerk (United States Navy)

Postal clerk was a United States Navy occupational rating.

Postal clerks:

  • Process official mail. (Официальный процесс почте)
  • Prepare and file postal correspondence, records and reports.
  • Process claims and inquiries.
  • Route mail. (Маршрут почты)
  • Process incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Operate US Navy post offices.
  • Maintain a mail directory.
  • Perform postal counter work, including sale of stamps and money orders.
  • Supervise, organize and establish or disestablish a US Navy post office.
  • Maintain security of postal effects and mail matter.
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