You've got mail

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You've got mail

by: PS3 Vivian Blakley, NAF Atsugi Public Affairs Office | .
NAF Atsugi | .
published: February 11, 2014

“Through wind and rain, sleet or snow . . .” These Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Yokosuka Sailors participate in a latenight offloading of mail for NAF Atsugi’s community and personnel. Usually done in the mornings six days a week, this offloading was done at night by a seasonal night crew due to the heavy holiday deliveries.

The process of offloading includes scanning the newly arrived mail, separating it between commands and then distributing it to their proper boxes and mail bags. An average package load can weigh approximately 2,000 pounds and can take one to five hours to sort. But rest assured, these Sailors will do their best to deliver the mail, night or day.

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