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What does ward mean on a military ID card?


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2011-03-15 22:59:14
2011-03-15 22:59:14

means that the ID card is for a dependent of a service member i.e, Wife, Husband, Daughter, Son...


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Probably "Special Privileges."

NO. According to Military DoD it is illegal to make a copy of a Military ID card.

The same place where you renew your military ID card in PittsburghPA.

Military Identification. In the US military ID consists of both the pertinent military ID card, and the service member's dog tags.

'DB' is short for 'Date of Birth.'

Yes, a valid US Military ID card will get you on a flight.

State or federally issued ID, such as a drivers licence, state ID card, passport, military ID, military dependent ID, etc.

yes if they have a military id card

It stands for STEP CHILD, child would be CH, and spouse is SP

i have a military id card can i bring a guest into the commissary

26 if they are enrolled in college

Report it missing immediately to the relevant authorities.

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It means you are a dependent of a US military servicemember.

Only retired, reserve or national guard soldiers have ID cards.SSG C. HernandezUS ArmyIf you are not in the reserves, active, national guard or retired, you can not obtain an ID card.

Credit card ID <><><><> Asking the merchant to ask for your ID. "See I D"

In Las Vegas, it has to be a government issued ID. Example: Drivers License, State ID, Resident Alien Card, Passport, Military ID

If you are talking about the numbers on the bottom-left corner of a card, then no, the ID number on a card simply means its card number. Every kind of one card have the same ID number. These ID numbers merely tell what card it is.

No. As of June, 2009, in order to cross the borders into Canada by land or by sea, you must be able to show a valid U.S. Passport, an Enhanced Drivers License or ID card (EDL/ EID), or a Nexus Card. If you are going via airplane, you must have a valid U.S. passport. A military ID does not serve as a U.S. Passport. It is a normal ID card used to give access to on base features for military personel and military families. If there is a situation where the military demands you to leave U.S. Land, they will issue you a military passport.

It depends, as long as it isn't your CAC card, your fine.

There are other valid forms of ID; sometimes you can use your Social Security card or a credit card, even. However, generally you will need a valid government-issued photo ID: if not a driver's license, then a non-license state ID, a passport, or a military ID card.

Persons who are currently a member of any of the armed services are eligible to apply for a Military Star Card. Retirees are also eligible to apply. To begin the application, one will be required to have a military ID or a Common Access Card.

In most states the answer is no. The reason is that either a birth certificate or a passport or military id is needed to get an identification card.

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