How do I make an appointment with the CAC card?

Please visit ID Card Office Online at: https://idco.dmdc.osd.mil/idco/ or contact the Appointment Scheduler mail box: [email protected] Call the DMDC Support Center (DSC): (800) 477-8227 – available 24/7 After you dial, follow the voice prompts to select technical support.

Can you get into the Pentagon with a CAC?

Official Pentagon tours are provided by the Office of the Secretary of Defense Public Affairs Office. A sponsor is a DoD employee or contractor with an active DoD Common Access Card (CAC) who has swipe access into the Pentagon and escort privileges.

Can you just walk into the Pentagon?

It is open for official tours through the Pentagon Tours program. Pentagon tours must be reserved at least 14 days in advance and no more than 90 days in advance. Individuals who have a Pentagon badge and escort privileges are permitted to give a self-guided tours to friends or family.

Can I tour the Pentagon?

To take a guided tour of the Pentagon, you must make a reservation in advance. Note that tour schedules can fill up quickly, so it is advisable to book your tour well in advance of your visit. Reservations may be booked from 14 to 90 days in advance.

Can a bank copy a military ID?

Commercial establishment can ask to see your card to verify military affiliation or to provide government rates for services, but they can’t photocopy it.

Is the Pentagon a full service deers facility?

NOTE: The Pentagon and Mark Center Pass Offices are NOT full service DEERS facilities as they do not produce dependent or retiree ID cards. In addition, the Mark Center Pass Office is only accessible to individuals who have swipe access to the facility.

What does deers stand for in military category?

DEERS/ID Cards Welcome, our mission is to ensure enrollment in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), and provide Common Access Cards (CAC) and/or Official Identification Cards to Soldiers, Family members, Retirees as well as Civilian and Contract Employees working within the Pacific Rim.

What do you need to know about deers?

DEERS. The personnel data repository of identity and enrollment and eligibility verification data and associated contact information on members of the DoD Components, members of the uniformed services, and other personnel, as designated by the DoD and their eligible dependents and associated contact information.

Who maintains the information on my deers record?

Benefits (eligibility status, including medical, dental and the Montgomery GI Bill education benefits for Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, retired and separated Service members) Q: Who maintains the information on my DEERS record?