OverviewUniformed Services ID Card

Uniformed Services ID Card

If you are a military retiree or military family member, you must have a Uniformed Services ID card to access military service benefits or privileges.

Card Topology

Card Type

Recipients

DD Form 2 (Reserve)

Armed Forces of the United States Geneva Conventions Identification Card

 

-Members of the Individual Ready Reserves and Inactive National Guard

DD Form 2 (Retired)

United States Uniformed Services Identification Card

-Retired members entitled to retired pay

-Members of the Temporary Disability Retired List (TDRL)

-Members of the Permanent Disability Retired List (PDRL)

DD Form 2 (Reserve Retired)

United States Uniformed Services Identification Card

-Retired members of the Reserves and National Guard under the age of 60

DD Form 1173

United States Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card

-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 American 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 American Veterans (DAV)

-Accompanying family members of authorized civilian personnel overseas

-Eligible dependents of foreign military

-Other benefits-eligible categories as described in DoD policy

DD Form 1173-1

Unites States Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card

(Guard and Reserve family member)

-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 Notice of Eligibility

-Other benefits-eligible categories as described in DoD policy

DD Form 2765

Department of Defense/Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card

-Medal of Honor recipients

-100% Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

-Former members in receipt of retired pay

-Transitional Health Care Member (TAMP)

-Full-time paid personnel of the USO when serving outside the United States

-United Seaman's Service (USS) personnel when serving outside the United States

-Officers and Crews of MSC Vessels deployed to foreign countries

-Select Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) personnel

-Other benefits-eligible categories as described in DoD policy

DoD Civilian Retiree Card

-Appropriated and non-appropriated fund civilians that have retired from any DoD service or component or agency