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Two news publications released

Mail Call, a quarterly newsletter for USPS employees who served in the military, recently debuted.

In the news. USPS has introduced Mail Call, a quarterly newsletter for employees who served in the military. The newsletter’s goal is to provide relevant information and resources available to veterans in the Postal Service.

“We are continuing our workforce engagement efforts through this targeted newsletter,” Chief Human Resources Officer Jeffrey Williamson said. “Our military veterans have served us; now it’s our turn to support them.”

The first issue includes a calendar of recruitment events, job fairs and upcoming dates recognizing veterans; a message from PMG Megan J. Brennan; and profiles of veterans.

The newsletter is available on LiteBlue.

Employees with questions or suggestions should send an email to

Beat the heat. The Postal Bulletin’s latest edition offers tips on preventing heat stress.

The article details symptoms of heat stress and advice for staying cool when temperatures rise.

Top honors. Connecticut Valley District Manager David Mastroianni recently received the Executive of the Year Award from the Federal Executive Association of Connecticut.

Mastroianni, who joined the Marine Corps Reserves after beginning his Postal Service career in 1979, oversees more than 450 Post Offices and almost 13,000 employees.

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