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Yes, we can ship to military addresses, known as APO, FPO, MPO, and DPO. All orders to military addresses will be shipped with USPS.
When placing an order to be shipped to a military address, there are a few things to keep in mind, and there are exceptions, but for the most part, you can refer to the information below.
Enter full name of the service member, rank is optional. For example: SGT JOHN SMITH, or JOHN SMITH. No numbers. No commas.
The address field will typically be the UNIT number, or PSC number and BOX number. Examples below:
- ARMY, NAVY, MARINES: UNIT 2050 BOX 4190
- AIR FORCE: PSC 287 BOX 5478
- AT SEA: SHIP 47 HULL 102
- ON A BASE: UNIT 2149 BOX 3182
This line is optional. You can enter the military command or organization name (i.e. USAG J or 2/566 Postal Co., Camp Victory, etc.).
The COUNTRY will always be “United States of America”, no matter where the service member is located. If the service member is stationed in Okinawa, Japan, the country is still United States of America.
For the CITY field, enter APO, or FPO, MPO, or DPO. NOTE: APO is used for Air/Army Post Office; FPO is used for Fleet Post Office; DPO is used for Diplomatic Post Office.
The state should be either AE, AP, or AA.
- Armed Forces – AE is the abbreviation for Armed Forces. It is used for armed forces in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Canada
- Armed Forces Pacific – AP is the abbreviation for Armed Forces Pacific and is used for the Pacifics.
- Armed Forces America – AA is the abbreviation for Armed Forces America and it excludes Canada
All mail must be addressed to someone specific; addressing mail to “Any Service Member” is no longer permitted.