Military Card ID Cheat Sheet

U.S. DOD/UNIFORMED SERVICES ID CARD IDENTIFICATION CHART

RESERVE

RECIPIENTS: Members of the Individual Ready Reserves and Inactive National Guard

RETIRED ACTIVE DUTY

RECIPIENTS: Retired active duty members

RESERVE RETIRED

RECIPIENTS: Retired members of the Reserves and National Guard under the age of 60

FAMILY MEMBERS OF ACTIVE DUTY

RECIPIENTS: Dependents of active duty service members

FAMILY MEMBERS OF GUARD AND RESERVE

RECIPIENTS: Dependents of Reserve Members Not on Active Duty or in Receipt of Retired Pay

DD FORM 2765

RECIPIENTS: Medal of Honor recipients; 100% Disabled Veterans

ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CIVILIAN ID CARD/RETIRED CIVILIAN CARD

RECIPIENTS: Active Duty Military and serving Dept of Defense Civilians

Note: Retired civilian cards look the same except without the chip or wavy background
Note 2: Contractors will have the same card but with a green bar across the name

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Nominate: Military Friendly Business of the Year

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