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Navy Postal Clerk Rating established 30 Nov 1960

American FlagWelcome to the Navy Postal Clerks Association WebSite
This site and its related Association is for past and present Navy members of the Postal Clerk rate (established 1960) and their families. Also pre and post PC that served as navy postal clerks are welcome as are Marine Corps Postal Clerks, and any officer or civilian employee that served in a postal billet. Any and all family members of a deceased postal clerk are welcome to join.
The association is made up of former, retired and active men and women of the Naval Postal Service who have been serving the fleet since October 1960, and the Mail handlers before them.
There is a myth that the association is a bunch of old Chiefs, this is not a fact as we have PCSN's to PCCM's, serving as little as 2 years to over 30 years, regular Navy as well as reserves.
The purpose of the association is:

  1. To promote the social welfare of the Navy Postal Clerk community.
  2. To conduct programs for charitable and educational purposes.
  3. To sponsor or participate in activities patriotic in nature.
  4. To provide social and recreational activities for it's members.

Along with the above, we also have a goal of keeping the tradition of hard work and dedication of the men and women of the Naval Postal Service and the Mail Handlers before them alive.

Postal Clerks are among the most known people of any command, sometimes maybe not the most liked, but still the best known.

You can wear the a Navy Retired or a Navy ball cap and many times will be told "Hello Shipmate", but wearing the Navy Postal Clerk Association cap, you are more likely to hear "did you know postal clerk so and so

If you have any questions about this site, please feel free to contact Mike Bertalan NPCA@roadrunner.com




Association News

At the Business Meeting held at the reunion, elections for the upcoming two years for the position of President, Vice President & Senior Advisor were held. The following were elected:

            President: -----    Al Hass

            Vice President – Fritz Loeffler

            Senior Adviser – Iron Mike Patras

            Note: Gil Hough as agreed to remain as Sec/treas.

            Mike Bertalan has agreed to continue the Web-Site


Our next Reunion is scheduled for 2016 in Nashville, Tennesee

Al Hass and Terry Barrdsgarred are  hosting the Nashville  reunion.


 DUES AND ALL FINANCIAL TRANSACTION  GO TO GILHOUGH
hough@hawaii.rr.com

"Annual membership dues are $20 for TWO YEARS or $50 for LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP
send dues to:
NPCA
Gil Hough
95-117 Lalei Pl
Mililani HI 96789-3021

Spouses of deceased members have always been welcome to join our association, It has been decided if a spouse of a deceased member is interested we will give them a Lifetime members.


PCCM Gil Hough is secretary/ Mail Directory/and Membership too, If you see something wrong in thesE Directory or know of another Postal Clerk that's not listed, please contact Gil at below:
e-mail to hough@hawaii.rr.com
or by snail mail at
Gil Hough
95-117 Lalei Pl
Mililani HI 96789-3021


Recruit a member and get a free year membership

You can contact our  Secretary/Treasure at.

e-mail to hough@hawaii.rr.com

Want a Postal Clerk T-Shirt Hull number,com is selling them by clicking on following link or if garbled  just cut and paste URL http://www.hullnumber.com/POSTAL_CLERK.php .

Also if you want other association merchandise check out The Association  ship store,  http://www.cafepress.com/NPCA


 Any problem with this web site contact the web master Mike Bertalan at NPCA@roadrunner.com

And of course you can contact your President at Al Hass hassommno1@aol.com.

 




  New Navy Postal Boss 
People

Postal News Flash

  Mr. Gabe Telles assumed responsibilities as Director, Navy Postal Operations at NAVSUP (Naval Supply Systems Command) located in Mechanicsburg, PA on

21 April 2014.  Gabe is a retired U.S. Air Force Lt Colonel with years of experience in the Military Postal arena.  Gabe, who is well known and respected throughout the Navy postal community, has worked with all branches of the Armed Services at the Joint Military Postal Activity-Pacific (JMPA-PAC) in LAX, and also in his 4 different positions at the Military Postal Service Agency.  In addition he has had assignments to field postal operations in Korea (twice), Germany, Hawaii, the Pentagon, Alexandria, VA and Arlington, VA.  His

overall knowledge of military postal operations at the highest level coupled with familiarity with Navy Postal and Official Mail Operations will serve him well in this position.  Gabe possesses the necessary expertise and attributes needed to manage Navy Postal under the changing and challenging times Navy Postal faces.  Providing quality postal support to Sailors aboard ships, and Sailors and family members at overseas shore-based facilities, will be the outcome.  Assisting Gabe in his duties is the Navy's Official Mail Manager, Mr. Chuck Sharpe, a retired Marine Corps Postal Officer.  There is also an unfilled Senior Chief Logistics Specialist (LS) billet on the Navy Postal Staff.  The LS position serves as a staff technical advisor and will bring a fleet perspective to postal operations.  We all wish Gabe will in his new position.

Photo of New director Gabe Telles (left) and two past directors Tom Rittle (center) and our President Al Hass

Posted by Mike_bertalan on Thursday, July 10 @ 00:00:00 PDT (21 reads)
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  A Navy Postal Clerk Hero 
PeopleOur new President Al Hass brought to my attention a story about a Navy Postal clerk HeroI was not aware of,
  Were you aware of the Postal Clerk that was a POW during the Vietnam war. Below is an article published.about him in 2003.

Alan



One of the most controversial episodes of the Vietnam War was the release of 12 men who came home early from prison camps in North Vietnam.
Of these, 11 lacked permission from senior U.S. prisoners of war. The North Vietnamese let them go for propaganda reasons.

The 12th early release — the only one with official blessing — was the sole enlisted sailor. Nearly all prisoners were officers and aviators.

“What happened to me could have happened to anybody,” Douglas B. Hegdahl, now 56, said from San Diego.

In fact, though he only held the rank of E-2, Hegdahl was far from being just “anybody.” For one thing, he had an extraordinary memory — which became a weapon against the North Vietnamese.

As the U.S. commitment in Vietnam deepened in the 1960s, Americans inevitably faced capture. The first U.S. prisoner of war was a Special Forces officer captured in 1963. With a handful of exceptions, all of the U.S. prisoners of war were aviators, beginning with Lt. j.g. Everett Alvarez in 1964 [“Naval aviator endured tough 8½ years as POW in Vietnam,” Damn the Torpedoes! June 9].

As officers, these men endured mistreatment and torture, communicated secretly using a “tap code” between cells and organized a military chain of command, using Air Force terminology, with wings and squadrons. The senior officer, Air Force Col. John P. Flynn, led the men in resisting their captors.

In many cases, the prisoners’ families did not know the service members were alive. North Vietnam withheld the names of many of them, and families were left wondering.

Enter Douglas Hegdahl. Born in Clark, S.D., Hegdahl had what he called a “normal life” until he enlisted in the Navy in 1966 and was sent to postal clerk training. His life remained unremarkable until he fell off the cruiser Canberra in the Gulf of Tonkin on April 5, 1967 (as he remembers it), or April 6 (according to the Navy).

Hegdahl was rescued by fishermen and ended up in a North Vietnamese prison camp called The Plantation, near Hanoi.

Because of his youth and inexperience compared to the other prisoners — and his lack of value for intelligence purposes — the North Vietnamese wanted to release him. Hegdahl initially resisted and once made an obscene gesture to a peace activist visiting his camp. But then it became apparent that Hegdahl could help by going home early.

Without pen and paper, the 19-year-old sailor used the catchy tune “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” as a mental tool to help him memorize the names of over 200 fellow prisoners.

Hegdahl was released in August 1969 — along with two of the 11 other early releases — when the North Vietnamese handed him over to a peace committee led by Rennie Davis, a peace activist.

For many families, the names he brought out of North Vietnam were the first evidence that their husbands, sons and brothers were still alive.

Retired Air Force Col. John Stavast, 77, of Austin, Texas, said in a telephone interview that Hegdahl was “a young hero, a champion.”

“My wife didn’t know whether I was dead or alive until Doug brought my name out,” Stavast said.

In March 1973, following the end of the U.S. combat role in the war, Hanoi released 661 prisoners of war who had been held by Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces, some for up to eight years.

Hegdahl left the Navy as a postal clerk second class in 1970, but worked as a civilian advising the Pentagon on survival issues until his retirement last year.
Posted by Mike_bertalan on Tuesday, May 13 @ 14:34:24 PDT (78 reads)
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  Thank you 
Association
A BIG BRAVO ZULU
TO ALL WHO MADE THE REUNION A GREAT SUCCESS
AS I STEP OUT OF OFFICE, I WANT TO THANK
RUSS NICHOLS AND LARRY SMITH AND THEIR BETTER HALVES PEG AND ROSALVA FOR PUTTING ON SUCH A GREAT REUNION, YOU DID GREAT JOB.
MIKE DWYER FOR TAKING OVER FOR ME AT THE REUNION FOR ALL LIZ;S HELP TOO, THANK YOU MIKE FOR BEING A REAL HELP AS VICE PRESIDENT.
DONT LET ME FORGET GIL HOUGH, WITHOUT HIS EFFORT WE PROBABLY WOULD HAVE ONLY HAD A FEW PEOPLE AT THE REUNION. GIL I APPRECIATE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE DONE FOR THE ASSOCIATION AS TREASURER AND SECRETARY, AND PLEASE THANK YOUR WIFE SUE FOR PUTTING UP WITH ME BOTHERING YOU ALL THE TIME.
FOR AL HASS, FRITZ LOEFFLER AND IRON MIKE PATRAS, THANK YOU FOR ACCEPTING LEADERSHIP OF THE ASSOCIATION,, I WILL PROVIDE ANY ASSISTANCE I CAN TO HELP YOU IF NEEDED. AND TO MY GOOD FRIEND TERRY BAARDSGARRD FOR AGREEING TO HELP SET UP OUR NEXT REUNION IN NASHVILLE.
AND TO ALL THAT ATTENDED THE REUNION AND MADE IT A SUCESS.
ONE FINAL THANK YOU TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION THAT ALLOWED ME TO SERVE AS YOU PRESIDENT FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS.
VERY RESPECTFULLY
MIKE BERTALAN
USN RETIRED
Posted by Mike_bertalan on Friday, May 02 @ 07:44:59 PDT (67 reads)
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  2014 CHARLESTON, SC REUNION 
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2014 NAVY POSTAL CLERK REUNION CHARLESTON, SC

APRIL 27 TO MAY 1ST (CHECKOUT DAY)
 
Holiday Inn Charleston Riverview

From Russ Nichols
To the general membership on behalf of Peggy and I and Larry and Rose Smith. On behalf of and Larry, Rose Peggy and Myself I would like to thank all who attended the Navy Postal Clerk Reunion in Charleston this past week. I think the reunion was a great success as we were told by many of the attendees. All of your positive comments made us feel so good. It was so successful only because of you, you by contributing and by attending made it such a good time. As I said in one of my stand-ups the association belongs to all of us and it is up to us to keep it up and running so that we may continue to go to all the nice places that we do. I think some of us have seen more of other peoples countries than we have seen of our own. I received a lot of positive feed backs of the color guard from the Navy Health Clinic and interaction with them as they sat to have dinner with us at the banquet. I hope all arrived at their destinations safely and that people in states that were affected by the terrible whether did not suffer any damage. All the nice items that we had to give away raised so much money for the association, I believe it was well over $1,000.00 dollars for the association and I thank all of the people who contributed to this effort. My thanks also goes out the Terry Barsguard for helping us out with all of his efforts in selling tickets and pushing the items. Thanks to all of the people who helped in keeping the hospitality room cleaned and by helping stocking beer in containers when they got low. ( Bernie K and John Devlin.) I know that Terry and Fritz will do well in setting up Nashvile it really is a lot of fun, it sometimes has its bumps in the road but all in all was fun. Again thanks to all, in my opinion was a great success. Hope to see you all in Nashville, Tennessee. One other thing that was a great success is that I finally convinced Bill Faults that there is an East Coast. Take care from Charleston S. C. Russ, Peggy, Larry and Rose AND THANKS AGAIN GREAT JOB.

 


 



Posted by Mike_bertalan on Saturday, May 25 @ 21:10:33 PDT (667 reads)
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  Tribute to ABEL QUINONES by Gil Hough 
PeopleUpdate on Abel
Judy Quinones called today to thank us all for our support, prayers, cards etc.
About 250 attended his funeral at the Masonic Temple last Saturday. Judy is
coping and intends on coming to our Reunion in Charleston. Wehave extented
Abel's honorary membership to Judy

  A
special thanks to Ed & Verna Carter who drove all the way from Texas to
attend the funeral;

Note received from Judy Quinones
She wanted to thank everybody for the donations to Shriners Hospital and the central Coast Veteran Foundation in Abel name  knowing he would be pleased.
TAPS for our Senior Adviso
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February 22, 2013: It was not the brightest of days as we have lost the man
who had the largest impact on the founding and creation of our Navy Postal
Clerk Association (NPCA) while at the same time providing financial
assistance to enable its full development. Shipmate Abel was 83 years old
and passed away at home in Pacific Grove, California adjacent to Monterey.
Fighting the effects of advanced stage cancer, he remained upbeat and
affable, and continued to provide assistance to his fellow veterans and
family members until the very end! Abel was a very Brave Warrior!

He belonged to many organizations to include positions of the highest
echelon in the American Legion, Legion of Honor (Shriners Hospitals for
Children) Commodore Sloat Association (Monterey) and a myriad of local
community based organizations in the Monterey Bay area of California. Abel
was known to have a Navy Cutlass and Bugle which he coveted greatly and used
in organizational events.

There are not enough fine words that can go into describing this wonderful
man!

Following his retirement from the United States Navy 30+ years, he held
various Federal Civil Service positions at Fort Ord, California (base
closure) and with the California State Department of Motor Vehicles.

"A brief sketch of our third honorary member PCCM Abel Quinones, USN (Ret):
He was instrumental in the development of our Navy Postal Clerk Association
(NPCA) and who provided the leadership, guidance, counsel, assistance and
funding to get the organization off the ground and running. Abel was the
creator and distributor of the now famous Navy Postal Clerk Challenge Coin.
He is known for his swashbuckling tales of long ago in China and other
exotic places in the Orient. He was the Chief in Charge of the Ceremonial
and Honorary Guard for the Commander in Chief, United States Pacific Fleet
Makalappa, Hawaii where he always carried his trusted Navy Cutlass! During
his long and illustrious thirty (30) + years in the United States Navy he
served in a variety of positions to include communications centers,
administrative offices, and post offices to name a few. His assignments
overseas carried him to China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Philippines, Japan,
Italy, and Greece. His shipboard and shore assignments had him providing
temporary additional duty all over the world to support and enhance Postal
Financial Operations, Carrier on Board Mail Deliveries (COD'S), and the
Inspections necessary to safeguard the security of our mail. Always aware of
the importance of mail service to morale, he worked unceasingly to ensure
his shipmates received the best possible service.

During his retirement years he became one of the most influential and
knowledgeable Veteran advocates in the State of California. He was involved
in creating legislation that is intended to create additional veterans
cemeteries in Northern California. He provided the necessary assistance to
veterans who needed his help to understand the complex workings of the
Department of Veterans Affairs disability claims System and other critical
issues facing them. He was a key and pivotal member of his local and State
veterans community and simply never quit giving help to his fellow veterans.
Additionally, he provided support and financial assistance to the Shriners
Hospital for Children.

Abel's service will be held at 2:PM on Saturday 9 March 2013 at the Masonic
Temple, 525 Pacific Street, Monterey, California 93930.

The family has requested that flowers not be sent. Should anyone wish to
make a donation, it should be sent to either your favorite Veterans
Organization or The Shriners Hospital for Children,
2425 Stockton Street, Sacramento, California 95817.

Condolences can be sent to Mrs. Judy Quinones and Family at: 1244 Buena
Vista Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950.

Gil Hough

Posted by Mike_bertalan on Wednesday, February 27 @ 07:47:31 PST (724 reads)
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  The demise of the PC rate 
Navy
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Postal Clerks and Storekeepers Merge to Become Logistics Specialists
 
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. - The U.S. Navy Postal Clerk (PC) and Storekeeper (SK) ratings will merge on October 1 to form the new Logistics Specialist (LS) rating.
 
"This merger is a step in our efforts to define the supply enlisted workforce that will support the Navy in the 21st century," said Rear Adm. Mike Lyden, Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) and Chief of Supply Corps. "Our work processes in the future will require a more broadly trained Sailor who can provide a unique skill set to our Navy and joint warfighters. By combining these two ratings, we lay the groundwork for future readiness and greatly enhance career opportunities for all Sailors in the LS rating."
 
Merging these two ratings will give the PCs a viable career path, broader skill sets, and increased advancement opportunities with no adverse affect on the SKs, according to NAVSUP Command Master Chief Jim Collins. "And the LS rating will also benefit Sailors with a broader skill set and greater diversity in both sea and shore assignments."
Logistics Specialist more accurately describes the knowledge, skills, and abilities of the new workforce and further aligns with our future force requirements, according to Rear Adm. Lyden. He also commented that "our supply enlisted community plays a vital role in executing the Navy's Maritime Strategy mission both afloat and ashore."
 
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead approved the ratings merger on Nov. 17, 2008. Since the LS rating was approved, a new rating manual, mobile training teams, and online training programs were developed to educate PCs and SKs in their new roles as LSs.
 
"We also improved training and personnel qualification standards for Storekeepers assigned in postal positions afloat," said Collins. He added that the establishment of the "LS rating marks the beginning of a rating specifically designed to meet the requirements we face today and anticipate tomorrow."
 
NAVSUP's primary mission is to provide U.S. naval forces with quality supplies and services. With headquarters in Mechanicsburg, Pa., and employing a diverse, worldwide workforce of more than 25,500 military and civilian personnel, NAVSUP oversees logistics programs in the areas of supply operations, conventional ordnance, contracting, resale, fuel, transportation, and security assistance. In addition, NAVSUP is responsible for quality of life issues for our naval forces, including food service, postal services, Navy Exchanges, and movement of household goods.
 
For information regarding this message, contact the NAVSUP Office of Corporate Communications Director at 717-605-1543.
To update or delete your subscription:
 
 
Posted by mike_bertalan on Wednesday, September 23 @ 19:01:05 PDT (3146 reads)
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  A Toast from Japan 
People

Note from Henry Negishi
850 grams of pure gold beer mug worth 5 million yen ($52200) I would like to make a toast with this mug to ALL just one time. CHEERS, Kanpai
Posted by Mike_bertalan on Sunday, July 26 @ 15:52:34 PDT (2443 reads)
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  Archive: Schlorships for Postal clerks and family 
Association
Supply Corps Foundation Scholarships

Good News for Postal Clerks, since the PC Rate is now part of Supply, You are now eligible for the Supply Corps Foundation Scholarships
Who is eligible?
OPEN TO ALL CHILDREN, SPOUSES AND GRANDCHILDREN OF ACTIVE, RESERVE AND RETIRED SUPPLY ENLISTED AND OFFICERS
Goal is to award $200,000 in scholarships each year. Scholarship application form is available starting in mid- January of each year, until early April. Contribution is tax-deductible Available Thru CFC Code 1337

2007-2008 Academic Year
• Total Applicants: 143

 Total New Scholarships Awarded: 68

Over 3 Million awarded since inception

 11 Females / 2 Males

 80% from Officer Community

 20% from Enlisted Community

POC is Jack Evans (706) 354-4111 e-mail evans@usncf.com



Posted by Mike_Bertalan on Friday, October 05 @ 11:57:39 PDT (4960 reads)
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  Final seletion PCCM & PCCSs and recently PCC 
NavyThe Navy Postal Clerk Association extends it's congratulation to newly selected Senior Chief Postal Clerks. They are the last to be selected PCCS. Shawn Grasty Navy Hospital Bethesda
Chad McCann USS George Bush (CVN-77)
Mark Schlosser precom Uss Makin Island (LPH-8)
Christopher Wood PC "A" school Ft Jackson

The Navy Postal Clerk Association extends it's congratulation to newly selected Master Chief Postal Clerks PCCM (sel) Edgardo Rodriguez. He is the very last to earn the honor of PCCM.
It is my pleasure to offer you congratulations on your appointment to Master Chief Postal Clerk. Looking back your record of achievements surpassed many strong candidates to earn you your appointment to PCCM. Again, congratulations and welcome you to the many who are now called Master Chief Postal Clerks. Abel M. Quinones, PCCM, USN(Retired) e-mail abelisable@comcast.net Senior Adviser, NPC Assn
The Navy Postal Clerk Association wishes to congratulate the follow new Chiefs I believe this is the final selecttion for Chief Postal Clerk
1. James Groves
2. Chesterfield
3. Derric Branch
4. Frank Perkins
5. Jeremy Sluss
6. Deandre Allen
7. Barbosavazque
8. Adam Patrick
Posted by Mike_Bertalan on Saturday, April 28 @ 08:26:15 PDT (3813 reads)
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  OPEN LETTER FROM PCCM GIL HOUGH USN Retired 
Website

News Story by: PCCM Gil Hough, USN (Ret)

“ Why Join the NPCA Association”

The Navy Times dated October 25, 1960, nearly forty six (46) years ago announced those selected for the Postal Clerk (PC) rating and it was born; 644 personnel switched ratings to become the elite of the elite; those who served and cared.

It seems the older I become, the more nostalgic I become; I was seventeen (17) in 1960. One thing remains certain is that I was proud to serve my fellow sailors and provide valuable morale from home. I have great memories of our rating and friendships that I have made over the past 46 years.

Posted by Mike_Bertalan on Saturday, December 23 @ 17:12:46 PST (7645 reads)
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Old Articles

Sunday, July 26
· A Toast from Japan
Friday, November 21
· THE DEMISE OF THE POSTAL CLERK RATE
Sunday, June 15
· Reunion News 2008 & 2010
Friday, October 05
· Schlorships for Postal clerks and family
Monday, June 11
· Postal Clerks have a Superstar
Saturday, April 28
· Final seletion PCCM & PCCSs and recently PCC
Saturday, December 23
· OPEN LETTER FROM PCCM GIL HOUGH USN Retired
Monday, June 26
· Annual Dues Reduced
· TAPS TAPS TAPS
Tuesday, June 20
· PC MEMORABILIA
Monday, June 19
· Taps Taps
Saturday, June 10
· Associations Newsletter Hits the Street
Wednesday, April 05
· 2004 Association Minutes
· Note from Commander Prestidge to the members
Wednesday, January 11
· REUNION UPDATE
Tuesday, November 29
· NAVY POSTAL CLERK ASSOCIATION COIN
Thursday, November 03
· DOD Business Advisers Tell Rumsfeld Military Mail Should Be Outsourced
Thursday, May 05
· REUNION 2006
Thursday, March 17
· REUNION ITINERARY
Wednesday, October 06
· POSTAL CLERK REUNION, MOBILE 2005
Saturday, September 11
· NPC WebMail
Friday, August 13
· Association Membership Dues
Monday, July 19
· Memory book
Monday, May 10
· INTERNET TAX !
Sunday, May 09
· Back Up and More Secure
Tuesday, March 09
· Survivorsí Benefit Plan Needs Your Help
Monday, February 23
· Photo Gallery is Ready for Submissions!
Sunday, February 22
· A few issues
· GREAT JOB NAVY POSTAL CLERK DAMIAN
· Photos and Ship Store

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 Yahoo! Group 

Click here to join the Navy Postal Clerks Yahoo! group moderated by PCCM Abel Quinones.
 THe Retired Enlisted Association  

click here for trea.org

TREA site list military reunions
Also Military/veterans legislative action is covered

 Navy Mail Service Veterans 
Our sister association (older sister) The Navy Mail Service Veteran Group has invited all members of the NPCA to attend their 2011 reunion in Minneapolis, Mn Sept 7-11.
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