Can I get my military ID renewed online?

You can apply to the Department of Defense to renew or replace your military ID online using the ID Card Office Online.

Where can I renew my military ID in San Antonio?

Joint Base San Antonio- Military ID Cards/DEERS

  • Address 2484 Stanley Road. Building 2263, Room 100. San Antonio, TX 78234.
  • Phone (210) 221-0415 ID Card Renewal Department (8am-12pm)
  • Phone (210) 221-2278.

Where can I get my military spouse ID card?

As the legal spouse of a service member (active, Guard/Reserve or retired), you are eligible to receive an ID card as part of your enrollment into the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). Luckily, these two offices are usually located in the same place.

How long does it take to get military ID?

Military ID Cards by Mail You may be able obtain a new ID card by mail from the nearest military ID card office. Locate your nearest ID card office by using the RAPIDS site locator. Call the office to verify mail-in ID card procedures. Plan ahead if updating by mail expecting the process to take from four-to-six weeks.

Where can I get my military ID?

You may obtain a military ID through ID Card Office Online or in person at a at any Real-Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS) site.

Can civilians visit Lackland AFB?

Lackland has lots of civilian visitors. You’ll need standard ID docs: driver’s license, proof of insurance, and vehicle registration (rental agreement). Your car will be searched. You’ll get a visitor’s placard that will have to be returned.

How long does it take to get ID card at Randolph AFB?

I called Randolph AFB and was able to leave a message. This system appears to work if they honor my appointment. I easily set up an appointment online to obtain an ID card for my son at FSH. We arrived at the appointed date and time and the entire process took about 15 minutes.

How do I contact JBSA Randolph?

JBSA-Randolph: [email protected] Online Services: The following online services will also resume on 17 May: Dependent/Retiree renewals, initial enrollment in DEERs, Replacement of lost/stolen Dep/Ret ID cards, Changes in affiliation (AD to Retired/Retired to 65/100% DAV/Age 21 to 23 full time student/Age 23 with Tricare young adult.

Why does the Air Force take so long to get id?

Long waiting periods for ID card appointments have been the norm in recent months because of Air Force-wide Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System computer outages, higher demand during permanent-change-of-station season and an overall greater number of customers during the summer months, Herrmann said.