Military Personnel

Consolidated Support
Building 20245

846-5459
846-2354

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri
9 a.m. to 3 p.mm

Closed
Weekends, Holidays,
Last Wednesday
of the Month, and
AFGSC Family Days


Civilians deploying overseas or emergency essential must bring 2 current forms of ID issued by state, federal or local government. Also, bring DD Form 2365. Form must be properly filled out or it may be rejected.
Appointments take priority over walk-in customers. Appointments are highly recommended to avoid the possible wait. You will be seen within minutes of your scheduled time. Please keep a copy of your appointment confirmation.
All customers must have two forms of ID to get a new ID card made. This applies to all customers, including children over 10 years of age. Customers who are 18 years and older must provide at least a state or government issued photo ID.
Bring two current forms of ID issued by state, federal or local government; SOFA Agreement; SPOT LOA; and DD Form 1172-2 requesting the overseas card. Forms must be properly filled out or they may be rejected. All walk-in customers are seen on a first come, first serve basis. Wait times for walk-ins can vary depending upon the number of customers waiting for service. Appointments take priority over walk-in customers. Appointments are highly recommended to avoid the possible wait. You will be seen within minutes of your scheduled time. Please keep a copy of your appointment confirmation. All customers must have two forms of ID to get a new ID card made. This applies to all customers, including children over 10 years of age. Customers who are 18 years and older must provide at least a state or government issued photo ID. See link ‘What do I need to bring?‘ for acceptable forms of ID. If your Military Sponsor is unable to accompany you to your visit, a valid “General” or “Special” Power of Attorney will allow you to conduct business on your sponsor’s behalf. You may also provide a signed and verified DD Form 1172. See link ‘CAC/Military ID Card FAQs’ for obtaining a DD 1172. You may renew your CAC or Dependent ID Card 30 DAYS prior to the expiration date on the card. Sponsor or spouse with Power of Attorney, Current ID Card, and an additional form of ID is required. See Form I-9 for acceptable forms of ID. See link ‘CAC/Military ID Card FAQs’ for obtaining a DD 1172
Airmen/Soldiers/Sailors/CIV/CRT: Airmen/Soldiers E-4 and below: must have a counseling statement signed by an E-7 or above, SF Report and 2 valid forms of ID. Airmen/Soldiers E-5 and above, Civilians and Contractors: must have 2 valid forms of ID and SF Report.

Bring two current forms of ID issued by state, federal or local government; SOFA Agreement; SPOT LOA; and DD Form 1172-2 requesting the overseas card. Forms must be properly filled out or they may be rejected. All walk-in customers are seen on a first come, first serve basis. Wait times for walk-ins can vary depending upon the number of customers waiting for service. Appointments take priority over walk-in customers. Appointments are highly recommended to avoid the possible wait. You will be seen within minutes of your scheduled time. Please keep a copy of your appointment confirmation. All customers must have two forms of ID to get a new ID card made. This applies to all customers, including children over 10 years of age. Customers who are 18 years and older must provide at least a state or government issued photo ID. See link ‘What do I need to bring?‘ for acceptable forms of ID. If your Military Sponsor is unable to accompany you to your visit, a valid “General” or “Special” Power of Attorney will allow you to conduct business on your sponsor’s behalf. You may also provide a signed and verified DD Form 1172. See link ‘CAC/Military ID Card FAQs’ for obtaining a DD 1172. You may renew your CAC or Dependent ID Card 30 DAYS prior to the expiration date on the card. Sponsor or spouse with Power of Attorney, Current ID Card, and an additional form of ID is required. See Form I-9 for acceptable forms of ID. See link ‘CAC/Military ID Card FAQs’ for obtaining a DD 1172 Airmen/Soldiers/Sailors/CIV/CRT: Airmen/Soldiers E-4 and below: must have a counseling statement signed by an E-7 or above, SF Report and 2 valid forms of ID. Airmen/Soldiers E-5 and above, Civilians and Contractors: must have 2 valid forms of ID and SF Report. (PART 1) Must have 2 forms of ID (one form of ID must be a federal or state issued photo ID). Sponsor must be present or a Special or General Power of Attorney or DD Form 1172 signed by the sponsor. See link ‘CAC/Military ID Card FAQs’ for obtaining a DD 1172 (PART 2) This applies to all customers, including children over 10 years of age. Customers who are 18 years and older must provide at least a state or government issued photo ID. See Form I-9 for acceptable forms of ID.
If your Military Sponsor is unable to accompany you to your visit, a valid “General” or “Special” Power of Attorney will allow you to conduct business on your sponsor’s behalf. You may also provide a signed and verified DD Form 1172.
Civilians deploying overseas or emergency essential must bring 2 current forms of ID issued by state, federal or local government. Also, bring DD Form 2365. Form must be properly filled out or it may be rejected.
Bring two current forms of ID issued by state, federal or local government; SOFA Agreement; SPOT LOA; and DD Form 1172-2 requesting the overseas card. Forms must be properly filled out or they may be rejected.