The Military Personnel Flight (MPF), supports thousands of staff members from active duty, retired to DoD employees as well as their family members. MPF provides numerous services including performance reports to the Personnel Reliability Program (PRP).
*All sections closed the third Thursday of each month, all weekends, holidays, and family days.*
Please call us to schedule an appointment or visit the Rapids Appointment Scheduler website.
Location: Sablich Center, Room 125
Phone number: 228-376-8347 or 8357
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Appointments: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
For soonest appointment, please also check availability at NCBC Gulfport.
Please bring two valid forms of government ID for all ID card renewals/replacements.
Newcomers Briefing every Monday & Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. Sablich Center, Rm. 121.
Additional CAC Pin Reset Locations:
Medical Group, Rm. 4F 104K, Bldg. 468
Student Personnel Center, Rm 228, Levitow Hall, Bldg. 7310
Location: Sablich Center, Room 121
Phone number: 228-376-8347 or 8650
E-mail: - Career Development
- Force Management
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-11 a.m.(Walk-ins)
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (Appointments)
Location: Levitow Hall, Bldg. 7310, Room 228
Phone number: 228-377-3468
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Closed for lunch 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on CWS Fridays
DEERS is an acronym for Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System. DEERS is a joint service on-line database located at the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC). The database maintains member and dependent entitlement eligibility information (e.g., medical benefits). This system is used in conjunction with Real-time Automated Personnel Identification System
(RAPIDS) to create military identification cards.
The Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) Office is responsible for making changes to the DEERS database such as adding spouses and children, extending DEERS eligibility, removing DEERS eligibility. They are also responsible for issuing military identification cards to eligible personnel to include active duty, Reserve Component, retirees and their family members.
In most cases this is true. The exception is family members under the age of 18 years. Per direction of Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-12), military identification card issuing authorities must review and scan two forms of identification before issuing a military identification
card, to include a Common Access Card (CAC). If a sponsor or family member does not have two forms of identification; we cannot create an ID card. There are no exceptions. One of the forms of ID must be an unexpired federal or state photo ID card (e.g., driver's license).
The most commonly used forms of identification are current military ID cards, a driver's license, social security card, or voter's registration card. However, there are many other forms of ID that can be used. Call us at (229) 257-4660 if you're unsure if a particular form of identification can be used.
Yes. If the young adult is within 90 days of his or her 21st birthday but not older than 23, and a full-time student (associate's degree or higher) then the sponsor must annotate block 21 of the DD Form 1172-2 and state the family member is dependent on the sponsor for over 50% of his or her financial support. This requirement is specified in Public Law (10 U.S.C., Chapter 55, Section 1072). Without the comment and signature of the sponsor, on the DD Form 1172-2, we cannot issue a military ID card to the family member.
No. However, your sponsor has to sign a DD Form 1172-2, which verifies your eligibility for a new ID card before a permanent military ID card can be
Yes. If the sponsor possesses a current Common Access Card (CAC), then the sponsor can complete the form online. Go to https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/self_
If the retired sponsor has a valid DoD Self-service Logon credential, called a DS Logon, then he or she can perform many family member transactions using ID Card Office online at http://milconnect.dmdc.mil, including electronically signed the DD Form 1172-2. You can obtain a DS Logon account online at https://myaccess.dmdc.osd.mil
Yes. The sponsor must sign a DD Form 1172-2, Application for Identification Card DEERS Enrollment. As the title suggests, the form is used to enroll a family member into the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS); however, it is also used as an application for a Uniformed Services Identification Card. The form is required whenever a new military identification card is produced.
Normally, the sponsor of the family member will visit a RAPIDS Site to complete the form. A Verifying Official at that site will work with the sponsor to ensure the information in DEERS is correct then print and sign the form along with the sponsor.
The sponsor must ensure eligible dependents are provided with current ID cards and enrolled in DEERS. Failure to enroll and update eligible dependents may result in denial of routine medical care at military treatment facilities and TRICARE claim rejection.
Sponsors must also advise the nearest Uniformed Service issuing facility concerning additions or changes to dependent data that affect DEERS enrollment and eligibility within 30 days of the change (e.g., marriage, divorce, newborns, disenrollment from college, death, family member joining the military, etc.). Failure to terminate ineligible dependents can result in your being billed for medical care provided.
Most military installations have the capability of updating DEERS and issuing military identification cards. For example, there is a DEERS/RAPIDS office at the Army Guard HQ Center (Tallahassee), 1225 Easterwood Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32311. They can be reached at (850) 245-0100.
If you have access to the internet, you can find the nearest location at the RAPIDS Site Location website.
You can look up DEERS/RAPIDS sites by zip code, city, state, etc. Be sure to call them before visiting the location to validate business hours and location.
Some information (e.g., address, e-mail address, work phone or home phone numbers) can be changed online. Click here.
Click on "Personal Information." You'll be asked to provide your name, SSN and date of birth before you're given permission to change DEERS
You cannot change dependent status on-line (e.g., marriage, divorce, add a newborn, adoption, etc.). Verifying officials, at the DEERS/RAPIDS site, must verify dependent status (e.g., marriage certificate, divorce decree, etc.) before changes can be made to DEERS.
Marriage certificate and birth certificates and Social Security cards of the stepchildren are required.
A final divorce decree is required before we can update your divorce in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). The divorce decree must be original, a court-certified copy, or a photocopy that reflects the file number.
You'll also need to turn in the military identification cards of your spouse and stepchildren so we can take/initiate appropriate revocation actions.
A non-remarried former spouse who at the time of divorce was married to the member for 20 years during which time the member performed 20 years creditable service in determining eligibility to retired or retainer pay and the marriage and service overlapped at least 15 years is entitled to certain benefits and privileges.
If the couple was married for 20+ years and the member was in the service for 20+ years and the overlap of the two was 20+ years, then the spouse is entitled to medical service (MS), TRICARE (MC) as long as the ex-spouse is not enrolled in an employer-sponsored health plan. The spouse is also entitled to Commissary; Exchange; and Morale, Welfare and Recreation benefits.
If the couple was married for 20+ years and the member was in the service for 20+ years and the overlap of the two was 15+ years but less than 20 years, then the spouse is entitled to medical service (MS), TRICARE (MC) for one year, as long as the ex-spouse is not enrolled in an employer-sponsored health plan.
Unmarried children 21 or 22 years of age, who have not attained the age of 23 are entitled to a military ID (students remain eligible for an ID card until age 23 or date of graduation, whichever occurs first).
If enrolled in DEERS, a letter from the school registrar certifying full-time enrollment leading to an associate's degree or higher and anticipated graduation date.
The sponsor must also certify in block 21 on the DD Form 1172-2 that he or she is providing over 50 percent of the student's support.
Before an ID can be issued the student must also provide two acceptable forms of identification (e.g., driver's license, school ID with photo, social security card, voter's registration card, passport, etc.).
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