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Old 02-08-2005, 15:40
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Dependent Permanent ID Cards - Age 75+ >>>>

** Dependent Permanent ID Cards - Age 75+

The 2005 National Defense Authorization Act grants dependants age 75 and older
permanent military identification card (ID) status. However, DoD informs us the
permanent ID card program will not be available until later this year. In the
interim, the defense Enrollment Eligibility System (DEERS) considers these
dependents eligible for benefits so long as a death or divorce has not been
reported meaning that TRICARE claims should not be rejected due to ineligibility.

DEERS, as does MOAA, strongly encourages those who are able to renew their ID
card to do so. Until the permanent ID card change has been incorporated, the issued
ID card will be good for 4 years. Once the change is implemented, the issued ID
card will say INDEF. To locate the nearest ID Card facility call 1.800.538.9552 or
visit www.dmdc.osd.mil/rsl .
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that is very good knowledge glad to hear about that just we have to wait a long time
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that is very good knowledge glad to hear about that just we have to wait a long time
I disagree - that age level should be 65 - jusrt my opinion>>>>
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