☆ APPROVED DoD IDENTIFICATION CARDS ☆
U.S. DoD AND/OR UNIFORMED SERVICES IDENTIFICATION CARD
ID RECIPIENTS: DoD and uniformed services civilian employees (appropriated and non-appropriated); eligible DoD, USCG and NOAA contractors; non-DoD civilian employees to include: USCG and NOAA, State employees working in support of the National Guard, Intergovernmental Personnel Act employees, and non-DoD Federal employees working in support of DoD.
AFFILIATION: Senior Executive Services (SES); civilians; contractors; civilian affiliates, Federal Affiliates; Military affiliates.
U.S. DoD AND/OR UNIFORMED SERVICES GENEVA CONVENTIONS IDENTIFICATION CARD FOR CIVILIANS ACCOMPANYING THE ARMED FORCES
ID RECIPIENTS: Emergency essential civilian employees; contingency contractor personnel.
AFFILIATION: Senior Executive Services (SES); civilians; contractors; civilian affiliates, Federal Affiliates; Non-DoD/other government.
DoD CIVILIAN RETIREE CARD
RECIPIENTS: Appropriated and non-appropriated fund civilians that have retired from any DoD service component or agency.
DD FORM 2 (RESERVE RETIRED)
UNITED STATES UNIFORMED SERVICES IDENTIFICATION CARD
RECIPIENTS: Retired members of the Reserves and National Guard under the age of 60.
DD FORM 1173 UNITED STATES UNIFORMED SERVICES IDENTIFICATION AND PRIVILEGE CARD
RECIPIENTS: Dependents of ; active duty Service members of the regular components; Reserve component Service members on active duty for more than 30 days; retirees; Medal of Honor recipients; former members in receipt of retired pay; Transitional Health Care Members (TAMP); 100% Disabled Veterans (DAV); and Ship's Officers and Crewmembers of NOAA Vessels. Surviving dependents of: active duty and retired military members; Medal of Honor recipients; and 100% Disabled Veterans (DAV). Accompanying Family Members of authorized civilian personnel overseas or in CONUS, HI, or AK when required to resiide on a military installation. Eligible dependents of foreign military. Other benefits eligible categories as described in DoD policy.
DD FORM 1173-1 UNITED STATES UNIFORMED SERVICES IDENTIFICATION AND PRIVILEGE CARD
(GUARD AND RESERVE FAMILY MEMBER)
RECIPIENTS: Dependents of: Reserve Members Not on Active Duty or in Receipt of Retired Pay; Former Members Not in Receipt of Retired Pay; Reserve Service Members Who Die After receipt of NOE. Other benefits eligible categores as described in DoD policy.
DD FORM 2765 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE/UNIFORMED SERVICES IDENTIFICATION AND PRIVILEGE CARD
ID RECIPIENTS: Medal of Honor recipients; 100% Disabled Veterans; former members in receipt of retired pay (Gray Area); Transitional Health Care Member (TAMP); Area Executives, Center Directors, and Assistant Directors of the USO when Serving OCONUS; United Seaman's Service (USS) Personnel OCONUS; Officers and Crews of MSC Vessels depoyed to Foreign Countries; and select Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) personnel. Other benefits eligible categories as described in DoD policy.
DD FORM 2 (RESERVE) ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES GENEVA CONVENTIONS IDENTIFICATION CARD
RECIPIENTS: Members of the Individual Ready Reserves and Inactive National Guard.
DD FORM 2 (RETIRED) UNITED STATES UNIFORMED SERVICES IDENTIFICATION CARD
RECIPIENTS: Members entitled to retired pay; members on the Temporary Disability retired List (TDRL); and members on the Permanent Disability retired List (PDRL).
TRANSPORTATION WORKER IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIAL (TWIC)
The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC – also known as the TWIC card) is a Department of Homeland Security and Transportation Security Administration program that provides common identification credentials for all personnel requiring unescorted access to secure areas of DoD-regulated facilities and vessels. Commercial truck drivers making deliveries to Fort Sill should consider applying for a TWIC. Individuals who meet TWIC eligibility requirements will be issued a tamper-resistant pass that will authorize entry onto any Army post, Air Force base, Marine base or Navy base.