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Author Topic: Vet ID Cards for those that did not retire from Military  (Read 252 times)

Offline Puddle Jumper

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Vet ID Cards for those that did not retire from Military
« on: September 03, 2018, 02:23:19 PM »
Saw this and thought it would be great to share with all the Vets who did not retire in the Military as I did.
No need to carry the DD214 with you after this.

Here is a link on how to apply.

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Offline MichiganLouie

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Re: Vet ID Cards for those that did not retire from Military
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2018, 03:17:35 PM »
I already have one of those, in fact I received on the mail a few days ago.  I registered for health benefits with the VA.  There is a VA hospital about 5-6 miles from my house.   Incidentally, you can register by phone, but you still have to register with the VA hospital you intend to use.  Had to do with their budget, ect.  If you have a retired military ID, it should have your DoD number, which replaces your ssn for security purposes.
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