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Card Type. CAC holders should present documentation from the local security office or ID card sponsor confirming that the ID card has been reported lost or stolen.
For a complete list see the eligibility list below. You may find yourself pulling out your ID card several times a day, for any of the following activities:.
In response to an increasing awareness of the growing need to protect the safety of Service members and their families' identity information, the DoD has begun to eliminate the Social Security Number SSN from DoD identification ID cards. Print to PDF.
The standard card for active duty personnel in accordance with Geneva Conventions requirements. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The standard card for civilians accompanying the Armed Forces. All rights reserved. Use this guide. If you are a dependent, an active duty or retired service member must take action to register you in DEERS with the required eligibility documents.
My Profile News Home Page. Territories and Possessions, when residing on a military installation, or in foreign countries -Eligible foreign military. Step 3: The four different types of cards are listed below.
Of course, I did this back in November when the program started and had several issues with the website freezing up. DHRA combines centralized management of operations and administrative oversight with decentralized program guidance. Dependents of: When you are no longer eligible to hold a Department of Defense ID card, it will be your sponsor's responsibility to retrieve the card and ensure that it has been terminated in DEERS.
Territories and Possessions, or when stationed or employed and residing in foreign countries for at least 365 days -DoD contractors when stationed or employed and residing in foreign countries for at least 365 days -DoD Presidential appointees -Uniformed and non-uniformed full-time paid personnel of the Red Cross assigned to duty with the uniformed Services within the United States and U.