fleet post office 


fleet post office 
fleet post office (FPO) - A branch of a designated USPS civilian post office, which falls under the jurisdiction of the postmaster of either New York City or San Francisco, that serves Coast Guard, Navy, or Marine Corps personnel. (Also see military post office)

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