Military Post Offices: No More Handwritten Customs Forms

From the U.S. Army:

WIESBADEN, Germany — A significant change to how military postal customers overseas may mail packages internationally is coming soon.

Clerks at military post offices, including those in Europe, will soon be unable to accept handwritten customs declaration forms, according to a recent U.S. Postal Service internal bulletin.

The change is scheduled to take effect during the month of March, however officials are working to delay the onset of this change overseas, but “customers should be prepared to start using the new forms as early as mid March,” said Bill Hilsher, chief of postal plans and policy at U.S. Army Europe … (click to read more)


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