Is it possible for a mother of a military dependent to get a military id if she is not in the military?
It depends on the situation. Generally speaking, not unless she can no longer take care of herself. A common misconception is that if a military member supports someone, that person becomes a dependent. This is not true. The mother would have to be declared legally unable to care for herself and then the child would have to support her and file the correct paperwork. Even then, though, her ID would only entitle her to use of the exchange, commissary, fitness center, etc. It would not entitle her to TriCare. She could use the MTF (Military Treatment Facility) on a space-available basis, but MediCare and her insurance company would have to cover the costs.
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To protect our country from other invaders. some guy from San Francisco said stuff like this on TV. He wanted the military to be gone! That's crazy!! We need to milita…ry to protect us from other countries who hate us. He also said o well yea we have the police. HAH! The police and the military are very very different. They have different jobs and so forth. Without the military we would all be destroyed.
officers can resign their commissions, but enlisted personal cannot. enlisted have to screw up bad, refuse to follow orders, present some mental or physical ailment to preclud…e further military service. depending on reason, a honorable discharge (the best) may be forthcoming or, good of the service, general discharge or undesirable discharge may be confered on a solder which are not good. Worst, a dishonorable discharge.................hang in there, all things come to an end.......
A military is a part of a government. It is authorized to uselethal force, and weapons to defend and support the interests of astate or country.
The military is an organized fighting force.There are 5 branches the Army,Navy,Marines, Air Force,and Coast Guard.Each one has a different job the Army is the largest branch h…andling ground assaults and some attack helicopters.The Navy controls the sea with their battleships, destroyers, anphibious landing craft,battlecruisers,cruisers,frigates, and aircaft carriers,but they also have submarines,the Navy SEALS and some helicopters for rescue.The Marines are the smallest branch but the best trained,they specalize in anphibious landings but can do anything from flying F-18s and Cobra attack helicopters to commanding a battleship and doing joint operations with the Army.The Air Force are the leaders of everything that flies, like jet aircraft,all kinds of helicopters,recconnasince aircraft, weather data collecting planes, and radar jamming aircraft just to name a few.The Coast Guard does all the home guarding, if you get stuck in a hurricane and need rescue they`re the ones that will come save you,but they also do things with marine wildlife and helping out customs and border protection agency.They are the ones who check all the big cargo ships for drugs and illegals before they dock.All these are important to protecting us and neither one is more important than another so if you see someone in the military be sure to thank them for their service to our country.God Bless America!
Ever since the Earth's human population developed into societies, there has been some type of military. It seems that groups just can't get along as we would like. There is al…ways a bully that wants what you have. In order for you to keep what you have, you must be willing to fight for it. Sad but true. The weak have always been preyed upon by those that thought they were stronger. Look at some of the wars and conflicts that are going on today around the world. Some countries that don't have any military have been abused, robbed, killed, enslaved by some other country who had the strength to take what they want. Countries that have the strength to stop them also have a moral obligation to help the weak. We also have a right to protect our own land and people. Because there is always a bully, there must always be a protector. If a bully attacks a weak country then they can only get braver and stronger, and it is just a matter or time before they try a larger country. If you see a friend being beaten, will you muster the strength within yourself and come to their aid? Or will you turn away and pretend it didn't happen? If someone bigger than you attacks you, will you lay down and give up? Or will you defend yourself? In a "perfect" world, we would not need to have militaries. Until then we need to be able to protect ourselves. We should be very proud of those who serve, to fight injustice and terrorism and to ensure our freedom.
Choose not to re-enlist (honorable discharge), bad conduct discharge, hardship discharge, medical discharge, die.
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the same as a regular id, as long as it has your name, pic, and D.O.B A valid military ID will get you access to all military bases, comissaries, exchanges and PXs. It carries… all significant information about the owner, and assists in gaining access to military computer networks. In certain states it suffices as a drivers license extension. It is a federal offense to have one if its not yours and to lose one incurs serious repercussions depending on the command.
26 if they are enrolled in college
if you choose to stay in 20years you can retire and draw a military pension. you most likely wont make enough to live off of it so you will still have to get a part-full time …job. if you get out before retirement then your just done and go back to your normal life working a normal job.
You have to be at least 18 years old.
You are not an individual you and a troop and work as a team nothing is about you but about everyone on your left and right.
meet the requirements and pass an ASVAB test
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You do not. Obtaining or possessing an illegal federal ID is a crime. The only legal means of obtaining a military ID without serving in the military would be to become a mili…tary dependent.
You must either be an active or retired member of the military, or an authorized member of their immediate family.
Sure... by actually joining the military.