The Department of Defense has authorized retired DoD civilian employees an identification card. Those members desiring to get a DoD Retiree Card can do so by taking your retirement Notification of Personnel Action (SF50) and two forms of identification to a RAPIDS site near you. (You will only need your SF50 if you want your pay grade printed on your ID Card.) Visit www.dmdc.osd.mil/rsl/ to find the RAPIDS location nearest you and view the “Required Documents” tab that will give you all of acceptable forms of identification you can use to obtain the DoD cards.
This card is a trusted credential used to establish identity and affiliation with the Department of Defense and will provide retired DoD civilians with a uniform DoD identification card that can be easily recognized at any DoD base or facility within the United States and its territories or possessions. Those eligible for the card are civilians who retire from any DoD Service Component or Agency. A sample DoD civilian retiree card is displayed below.
Note: Military commanders retain the authority to restrict access to their own facilities, so while you are entitled to the card, you may find restrictions on where you can use it to access MWR activities.
DoD Retiree Card
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