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1 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE A SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDE FOR DOD ID CARD TYPES AND EXPIRATION DATES JANUARY 23, 2014 ISSUED BY DHRA IDENTITY AND POLICY OFFICE

2 INTRODUCTION This guide pertains to the DoD identification (ID) cards and benefits eligible populations identified in DoD Manual (DoDM) , Volume 1, DoD ID Card Life-Cycle, and DoDM , Volume 2, Benefits for Members of the Uniformed Services, Their Dependents, and Other Eligible Individuals. Please refer to DoDM , Volume 2, for eligibility requirements. The tables within this guide identify the DoD ID card type and expiration date rules for eligible individuals, as they are stored in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). If there is a conflict between these guidelines and the manual, the provisions in the manual take precedence. When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. 2 INTRODUCTION

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: DOD ID CARDS AND EXPIRATION DATES... 5 SECTION 2: ACTIVE DUTY MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES... 6 SECTION 3: NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES... 7 SECTION 4: FORMER MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES... 8 SECTION 5: RETIRED MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES... 9 SECTION 6: MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS SECTION 7: DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS SECTION 8: TRANSITIONAL HEALTH CARE MEMBERS SECTION 9: SURVIVING DEPENDENTS SECTION 10: ABUSED DEPENDENTS SECTION 11: FORMER SPOUSES SECTION 12: CIVILIAN PERSONNEL SECTION 13: RETIRED CIVILIAN PERSONNEL SECTION 14: FOREIGN AFFILIATES SECTION 15: GLOSSARY PART I. ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS PART II. DEFINITIONS TABLES Table 1. Active Duty Members, Not Including National Guard and Reserve Members... 6 Table 2. Dependents of Active Duty Members... 6 Table 3. National Guard and Reserve Members... 7 Table 4. Dependents of National Guard or Reserve Members... 7 Table 5. Former Members and Dependents... 8 Table 6. Voluntary Retired and PDRL Members... 9 Table 7. TDRL Members... 9 Table 8. Retired Reserve Members... 9 Table 9. Non-Regular Service Retirement for Qualifying Ready Reserve Members... 9 Table 10. Dependents of Retired Members... 9 Table 11. MOH Recipients and Dependents Table Percent DAV and Dependents Table 13. THC Members and Dependents Table 14. Surviving Dependents of Active Duty Deceased Members Table 15. Surviving Dependents of Deceased National Guard and Reserve Members not on Active Duty for a Period Greater than 30 Days Table 16. Surviving Dependents of Deceased National Guard and Reserve Members in Receipt of their Notice of Eligibility (NOE) but not yet Age 60, Retired Reserve Members not yet Age 60, and Former Members not in Receipt of Retired Pay Table 17. Surviving Dependents of Deceased Retirees, Former Members in Receipt of Retired Pay, MOH Recipients, and 100 Percent DAVs Table 18. Abused Dependents of Retirement Eligible Service Members Table 19. Abused Dependents of Non-Retirement Eligible Service Members CONTENTS

4 Table /20/20 Former Spouses of Eligible Uniformed Service Members Table /20/15 Former Spouses of Eligible Uniformed Service Members Table 22. Civilian Employees in the United States Table 23. DoD and Uniformed Services Civilian Employees Residing on a Military Installation in CONUS, Hawaii, or Alaska, Puerto Rico, and Guam, and Accompanying Dependents Table 24. DoD and Uniformed Services Civilian Employees and Contractor Personnel Stationed or Employed in Foreign Countries for at least 365 Days, and Accompanying Dependents Table 25. Non-DoD Civilian Personnel Stationed or Employed OCONUS for at least 365 Days, and Accompanying Dependents Table 26. DoD OCONUS Hires Table 27. Red Cross Full-Time Paid Personnel Assigned to Duty with the Uniformed Services in CONUS, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Guam when Required to Reside on a Military Installation, or Assigned to Duty with the Uniformed Services OCONUS, and Accompanying Dependents Table 28. USO Area Executives, Center Directors, and Assistant Directors when Serving OCONUS, and Accompanying Dependents Table 29. USS Personnel Serving OCONUS, and Accompanying Dependents Table 30. MSC Personnel Deployed OCONUS on MSC-Owned and Operated Vessels Table 31. Ship s Officers and Crew Members of NOAA Vessels Table 32. Vessel Officers and Crew Members, Lighthouse Keepers, and Depot Keepers of the Former Lighthouse Service Table 33. DoD Presidential Appointees Table 34. Contract Surgeons Overseas Table 35. State Employees Supporting the National Guard Table 36. Retired DoD Civilian Personnel Table 37. Retired NOAA Wage Mariners and Eligible Dependents Table 38. Surviving Dependents of Deceased Retired NOAA Wage Mariners Table 39. Sponsored NATO and PFP Personnel in the United States, and Accompanying Dependents Table 40. Sponsored Non-NATO Personnel in the United States, and Accompanying Dependents Table 41. Non-sponsored NATO Personnel in the United States, and Accompanying Dependents Table 42. Sponsored NATO, PFP and Non-NATO Personnel in Foreign Countries, and Accompanying Dependents Table 43. KATUSA Table 44. Sponsored Foreign National Civilians and Contractors in the United States Table 45. Foreign Force Members Residing in the United States under a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement (RCHA) and Eligible Dependents FIGURE ID Card Table Abbreviations CONTENTS

5 SECTION 1: DOD ID CARDS AND EXPIRATION DATES Refer to the figure for abbreviations in the tables in this supplemental guide. Figure. ID Card Table Abbreviations ID CAC U.S. DoD or Uniformed Services ID Card ID & Priv CAC U.S. DoD or Uniformed Services ID and Privilege Card GC CAC GCAF CAC Armed Forces of the United States Geneva Conventions ID Card U.S. DoD or Uniformed Services Geneva Conventions ID Card for Civilians Accompanying the Armed Forces 5 SECTION 1

6 SECTION 2: ACTIVE DUTY MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Active Duty members of the uniformed services, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 1. Active Duty Members, Not Including National Guard and Reserve Members Member (Self) GC CAC 1, 2, 3 2. The end date of the enlisted contract, if Enlisted personnel. 3. Four years from the date of issuance, if academy student. Table 2. Dependents of Active Duty Members Spouse 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3, 4 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 1, 2, 3 1. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 2. The end date of the member s active duty orders. 3. The end date of member s enlistment contract, if member is Enlisted personnel. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently 6 SECTION 2

7 SECTION 3: NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. National Guard and Reserve members of the uniformed services, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Member (Self) Table 3. National Guard and Reserve Members DD Form 2 (Reserve) GC CAC 1, 2, 3 4, 5 1. Indefinite, if officer or warrant officer. 2. The end date of enlistment contract, if Enlisted personnel, not to exceed four years from date of issuance. 3. The end date of the military service obligation (MSO), not to exceed four years from date of issuance, if applicable. 4. The end date of the active duty orders or training orders, if assigned to active duty for greater than 30 days or to training, not to exceed three years from date of issuance. 5. Three years from date of issuance, if Selected Reserve (SelRes) member. Table 4. Dependents of National Guard or Reserve Members Spouse -1 DD DD From , 2, 3 1, 3 1, 2, 4 1, 3, 4 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption -1 1, 2 1, 3 1. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 2. The end date of member s enlistment contract, if member is Enlisted personnel. 3. The end date of the member s active duty orders or training orders, if member is on active duty for greater than 30 days or assigned to training. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently 7 SECTION 3

8 SECTION 4: FORMER MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Former members of the uniformed services, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 5. Former Members and Dependents Former Member (Self) DD Form 2 (Reserve Retired) DD Form 2765 Spouse , 3 4, 5 4, 5 4, 6 4, 6 7, 8, 9, 10 7, 8, 9, 10 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption -1 4, 5 4, 5 1. Indefinite. 2. The last day of the month preceding the individual s 65th birthday, if under age 65 (or the last day of the month proceeding if individual s birthday falls on the first of the month). 3. Indefinite, if aged 65 or older. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. Indefinite, if aged 75 or older. 6. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 9. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 10. Indefinite, if permanently 8 SECTION 4

9 SECTION 5: RETIRED MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Retired members of the uniformed services, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 6. Voluntary Retired and PDRL Members Member (Self) DD Form 2 (Retired) 1, 2 1. The last day of the month preceding the member s 65th birthday, if under age 65 (or the last day of the month proceeding if individual s birthday falls on the first of the month). 2. Indefinite, if aged 65 or older. Table 7. TDRL Members Member (Self) DD Form 2 (Retired) 1, months from the date the member was placed on TDRL, as indicated by member s DD Form 214, Report of Separation. 2. The date of expiration of the member s TDRL status, not to exceed five years from the date the member was first placed on TDRL. Member (Self) Table 8. Retired Reserve Members DD Form 2 (Reserve Retired) GC CAC Indefinite. 2. The end date of the active duty orders or training orders, if assigned to active duty greater than 30 days or to training, not to exceed three years from date of issuance. Table 9. Non-Regular Service Retirement for Qualifying Ready Reserve Members Member (Self) DD Form 2 (Retired) 1, 2 1. The last day of the month preceding the member s 65th birthday, if under age 65 (or the last day of the month proceeding if individual s birthday falls on the first of the month). 2. Indefinite, if aged 65 or older. Table 10. Dependents of Retired Members Spouse , 2, 3, 4, 5 1, 6 1, 3, 6 9 SECTION 5

10 -1 7, 8, 9, 10 3, 7, 8, 9, 10 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption , 3, 4, 5 1. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 2. Indefinite, if eligibility for Medicare is due to disability or end-stage renal disease. 3. The end date of the member s TDRL status, if dependent of a TDRL member, not to exceed four years. 4. Five years from the date the DD Form is verified, if aged Indefinite, if aged 75 or older. 6. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 9. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 10. Indefinite, if permanently 10 SECTION 5

11 SECTION 6: MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Medal of Honor (MOH) recipients, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 11. MOH Recipients and Dependents Member (Self) DD Form Spouse 3, 4 3, 5 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 3, 4 1. The last day of the month preceding the member s 65th birthday, if under age 65 (or the last day of the month proceeding if individual s birthday falls on the first of the month). 2. Indefinite, if aged 65 or older. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. Indefinite, if aged 75 or older. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 9. Indefinite, if permanently 11 SECTION 6

12 SECTION 7: DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. 100 percent Disabled American Veterans (DAVs), and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table Percent DAV and Dependents Member (Self) DD Form , 2 Spouse 2, 3, 4 2, 3, 5 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 3, 4 1. Indefinite, if permanent DAV days beyond the member s next scheduled reexamination date, as indicated in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) rating determination letter, if temporary DAV. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. Indefinite, if aged 75 or older and if dependent on a permanent DAV. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 9. Indefinite, if permanently incapacitated dependent of a permanent DAV. 12 SECTION 7

13 SECTION 8: TRANSITIONAL HEALTH CARE MEMBERS When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Transitional Health Care (THC) members, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 13. THC Members and Dependents Member (Self) DD Form Spouse 1 1, 2 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 1 1. Two years from the date of eligibility, as indicated by the authoritative data feed from the uniformed service. 2. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 3. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 6. Two years from the date of eligibility, as indicated by the authoritative data feed from the uniformed service, if temporarily or permanently 13 SECTION 8

14 SECTION 9: SURVIVING DEPENDENTS When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Surviving dependents of deceased uniformed service members have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 14. Surviving Dependents of Active Duty Deceased Members Widow/Widower Unremarried 1, 2 Unmarried 1, 2 1, 3 4, 5, 6, 7 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 1, 2 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. Indefinite, if aged 75 or older. 3. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 7. Indefinite, if permanently Table 15. Surviving Dependents of Deceased National Guard and Reserve Members not on Active Duty for a Period Greater than 30 Days Widow/Widower Unremarried -1 1 Unmarried -1 1, -1 1, 2-1 3, 4, 5, 6 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 3. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 6. Four years from the date of issuance, if temporarily or permanently 14 SECTION 9

15 Table 16. Surviving Dependents of Deceased National Guard and Reserve Members in Receipt of their Notice of Eligibility (NOE) but not yet Age 60, Retired Reserve Members not yet Age 60, and Former Members not in Receipt of Retired Pay Widow/Widower Unremarried -1 1, 2 Unmarried -1 1, 2-1 1, 2, 3-1 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption -1 1, 2 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The date the sponsor would have attained age The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 7. The date the sponsor would have attained age 60, if permanently Table 17. Surviving Dependents of Deceased Retirees, Former Members in Receipt of Retired Pay, MOH Recipients, and 100 Percent DAVs Widow/Widower Unremarried 1, 2, 3 Unmarried 1, 2, 3 1, 4 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 1 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. Five years from the date of issuance, if aged 65-75, if a retired member at time of death. 3. Indefinite, if aged 75 or older, if a retired member at time of death. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four year. 8. Indefinite, if permanently 15 SECTION 9

16 SECTION 10: ABUSED DEPENDENTS When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Abused dependents of uniformed service members have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 18. Abused Dependents of Retirement Eligible Service Members Spouse 1, 2 Former Spouse Unremarried 1, 2, 3 Unmarried 1, 2 Child, Unmarried, Under 18 Years 1, 4 Legitimate, adopted, stepchild Child, Unmarried, 18 Years and Over 1, 5, 6, 7, 8 Legitimate, adopted, stepchild 1. The stop payment date on DD Form Four years from the date of issuance. 3. The date of remarriage, if applicable. 4. The day before the 18th birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 8. The stop payment date on the DD Form 2698, if temporarily or permanently Table 19. Abused Dependents of Non-Retirement Eligible Service Members Spouse 1, 2 Unremarried Former Spouse 1, 2 Child, Unmarried, Under 18 Years 1, 3 Legitimate, adopted, stepchild Child, Unmarried, 18 Years and Over 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 Legitimate, adopted, stepchild 1. The stop payment date on DD Form The date of remarriage, if applicable. 3. The day before the 18th birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The expected date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 7. The stop payment date on the DD Form 2698, if temporarily or permanently 16 SECTION 10

17 SECTION 11: FORMER SPOUSES When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Former spouses of uniformed service members have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table /20/20 Former Spouses of Eligible Uniformed Service Members Former Spouse Unremarried DD Form , 2, 3 Unmarried DD Form , 2, 3 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The last day of the month preceding the individual s 65th birthday, if under age 65 (or the last day of the month proceeding if individual s birthday falls on the first of the month). 3. Indefinite, if aged 75 or older. Table /20/15 Former Spouses of Eligible Uniformed Service Members Former Spouse Unremarried DD Form , 2, 3 1. Four years from date of divorce, dissolution, or annulment, if the date of divorce, dissolution, or annulment of the marriage was before April 1, One year from the date of divorce, dissolution, or annulment, if the date of dissolution, divorce, or annulment of the marriage was on, or after, September 29, The last day of the month preceding the individual s 65th birthday, if under age 65 (or the last day of the month proceeding if individual s birthday falls on the first of the month). 17 SECTION 11

18 SECTION 12: CIVILIAN PERSONNEL When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Civilian employees, and their dependents when eligible, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 22. Civilian Employees in the United States Civilian Employee (Self) ID CAC 1, 2 Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) Personnel (Self) Civilian Employee of the Army and Air Force Exchange System, Navy Exchange System, or Marine Corps Exchange System, or a NAF activity employee of the Coast Guard Exchange Service (Self) ID CAC 1, 3 ID & Priv CAC 1 Emergency-essential Employee (Self) GCAF CAC 1, 3 2. The end date of the contract, if a contractor. 3. The end date of the assignment. Table 23. DoD and Uniformed Services Civilian Employees Residing on a Military Installation in CONUS, Hawaii, or Alaska, Puerto Rico, and Guam, and Accompanying Dependents Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC 1, 2 Spouse 2, 3 2, 3, 4 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 3 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 24. DoD and Uniformed Services Civilian Employees and Contractor Personnel Stationed or Employed in Foreign Countries for at least 365 Days, and Accompanying Dependents 18 SECTION 12

19 Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC GCAF CAC Spouse 2, 4 1, 2 1, 3 2, 4, 5 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 4 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. The end date of the assignment, if a contractor or civilian authorized to accompany the armed forces. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 9. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 25. Non-DoD Civilian Personnel Stationed or Employed OCONUS for at least 365 Days, and Accompanying Dependents Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC 1, 2 Spouse 2, 3 2, 3, 4 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 3 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 26. DoD OCONUS Hires Employee (Self) ID CAC 1, 2 19 SECTION 12

20 2. The end date of the orders. Table 27. Red Cross Full-Time Paid Personnel Assigned to Duty with the Uniformed Services in CONUS, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Guam when Required to Reside on a Military Installation, or Assigned to Duty with the Uniformed Services OCONUS, and Accompanying Dependents Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC 1, 2 Spouse 2, 3 2, 3, 4 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 3 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 28. USO Area Executives, Center Directors, and Assistant Directors when Serving OCONUS, and Accompanying Dependents Sponsor (Self) DD Form , 2 Spouse 2, 3 2, 3, 4 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 3 20 SECTION 12

21 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified, if temporarily or permanently Sponsor (Self) Table 29. USS Personnel Serving OCONUS, and Accompanying Dependents ID & Priv CAC DD Form , 2 2, 3 Spouse 2, 4 2, 4, 5 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 4 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. Four years from the date of issuance. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 9. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 30. MSC Personnel Deployed OCONUS on MSC-Owned and Operated Vessels Individual (Self) DD Form , 2 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The end date of entitlement to benefits. Table 31. Ship s Officers and Crew Members of NOAA Vessels (NOAA Wage Mariner Employees) Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC 1 Spouse 2, 3 2, 3, 4 21 SECTION 12

22 2, 5, 6, 7 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2 2. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 3. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 7. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 32. Vessel Officers and Crew Members, Lighthouse Keepers, and Depot Keepers of the Former Lighthouse Service Individual (Self) DD Form , 2 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The end date of the orders. Table 33. DoD Presidential Appointees Individual (Self) ID & Priv CAC 1, 2 2. The end date of the appointment. Table 34. Contract Surgeons Overseas Individual (Self) 2. The end date of the orders. 3. Four years from the date of issuance. ID & Priv CAC DD Form , 2 2, 3 Table 35. State Employees Supporting the National Guard Individual (Self) ID CAC 1, 2 2. The end date of the orders. 22 SECTION 12

23 SECTION 13: RETIRED CIVILIAN PERSONNEL When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Retired civilian employees of the DoD or uniformed services, and their dependents when eligible, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 36. Retired DoD Civilian Personnel Individual (Self) DoD Civilian Retiree Card 1 Note: 1. Four years from the date of issuance. Table 37. Retired NOAA Wage Mariners and Eligible Dependents Sponsor (Self) NOAA Retiree Card 1 Spouse NOAA Family Member Card 2 NOAA Family Member Card 2, 3 NOAA Family Member Card 4, 5, 6, 7 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption NOAA Family Member Card 2 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 3. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 7. Indefinite, if permanently Table 38. Surviving Dependents of Deceased Retired NOAA Wage Mariners Spouse NOAA Family Member Card 1 NOAA Family Member Card 1, 2 NOAA Family Member Card 3, 4, 5, 6 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption NOAA Family Member Card 1 23 SECTION 13

24 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 3. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 4. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four years. 6. Indefinite, if permanently 24 SECTION 13

25 SECTION 14: FOREIGN AFFILIATES When there is a choice of two or more expiration dates within this guide, the earliest expiration date takes precedence. Foreign affiliates, and their dependents, have ID cards and expiration dates as follows: Table 39. Sponsored NATO and PFP Personnel in the United States, and Accompanying Dependents Foreign Affiliate Military Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC DD Form , 2 2, 3 Spouse 2, 4 2, 4, 5 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 4 2. The end date of the sponsor s invitational orders. 3. Four years from the date of issuance. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily incapacitated, not to exceed four year. 9. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 40. Sponsored Non-NATO Personnel in the United States, and Accompanying Dependents Foreign Affiliate Military Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC DD Form , 2 2, 3 Spouse 2, 4 2, 4, 5 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 4 25 SECTION 14

26 2. The end date of the sponsor s invitational orders. 3. Four years from the date of issuance. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 9. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 41. Non-sponsored NATO Personnel in the United States, and Accompanying Dependents Foreign Affiliate Military Sponsor (Self) DD Form 2765 ID & Priv CAC 1, 2 2, 3 Spouse 2, 4 2, 4, 5 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 4 1. Four years from the date of issuance. 2. The end date of the sponsor s invitational orders. 3. Three years from the date of issuance. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 9. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 42. Sponsored NATO, PFP and Non-NATO Personnel in Foreign Countries, and Accompanying Dependents Foreign Affiliate Military Sponsor (Self) ID & Priv CAC DD Form , 2 2, 3 Spouse 2, 4 2, 4, 5 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 26 SECTION 14

27 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 4 2. The end date of the sponsor s invitational orders. 3. Four years from the date of issuance. 4. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 5. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 8. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 9. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently Table 43. KATUSA Foreign Affiliate (Self) ID CAC 1 Note: Table 44. Sponsored Foreign National Civilians and Contractors in the United States Foreign Affiliate (Self) ID CAC 1, 2, 3 2. The end date of the orders. 3. The end date of the contract, if a contractor. Table 45. Foreign Force Members Residing in the United States under a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement (RHCA) and Eligible Dependents Sponsor (Self) Spouse ID & Priv CAC DD Form , 2 2, 3 2, 3, 4 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parent, Parent-in-Law, Stepparent, Parent-by-Adoption 2, 3 27 SECTION 14

28 2. The end date of the sponsor s orders. 3. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor. 4. The day before the 21st birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 5. The date of graduation, unless otherwise eligible. 6. The day before the 23rd birthday, unless otherwise eligible. 7. The end date of the incapacitation as identified by the medical sufficiency statement, if temporarily 8. Four years from the date the DD Form is verified by the sponsor, if temporarily or permanently 28 SECTION 14

29 SECTION 15: GLOSSARY PART I. ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS C CAC CHC CONUS DAV DC DEERS DoDD DoDI E ID ING IPA IRR KATUSA MOH MSC MSO MTF MWR NOAA NOE NATO OCONUS PA PDRL PFP PL RHA ROK SES SelRes SSA commissary privileges Common Access Card civilian health care continental United States disabled American veteran direct care at MTFs Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System DoD Directive DoD Instruction exchange privileges identification Inactive National Guard Intergovernmental Personnel Act Individual Ready Reserve Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army Medal of Honor Military Sealift Command military service obligation military treatment facility morale, welfare, and recreation National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration notice of eligibility North Atlantic Treaty Organization outside the continental United States Presidential appointee Permanent Disability Retired List Partnership for Peace Public Law Reciprocal Health Agreement Republic of Korea Senior Executive Service Selected Reserve Social Security Administration 29 GLOSSARY

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