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Shared Media Manager
Airman and Family Readiness
Honorary Commander Program
144th Fighter Wing
Welcome to the 144th Retiree Web Page. The intent of this website is to provide universal accessibility to our retired members, to keep them informed of various Wing events. Some of the information you can expect to see posted here will be retirements of base members, to include retirement dinners/luncheons, and links that can be used to sign up for them. In addition, notifications for the Retiree Breakfast, Open Houses, Deaths/Injuries, potential deployments and points of contact (POC). This page is for you the retiree, if there is something you would like to see here, please email :firstname.lastname@example.org. Our goal is to tailor this page to suit your needs, what you are seeing right now was our initial attempt at posting what we thought would be relevant information. Please provide feedback if we missed the mark.
#160;The process of obtaining ID cards has changed on 25 Sep 2008. The following information specifies what is required for a retired member to obtain a new ID card.
Call (559)454-5274 to make an appointment to get your new ID Card
Members are encouraged to bring their retirement order, NGB 22 if possible along with the mandatory two forms of ID identified below.
Effective 25 Sep 2008, DOD's Department of Defense Manpower Data Center has mandated that all personnel bring issued common access cards (CAC) and other identification cards, including dependents (age 18 and older), and retirees must present two forms of identification. At least one of the two forms of ID must have a photograph and be from "Group A" (below). The computer software used to produce ID cards is sequence-based and requires two forms of ID to be scanned before it will proceed to the next sequence to issue a new card.
Acceptable forms of ID are
Group A (picture)
Military dependent ID
Valid documentation from Immigration and Naturalization Service office with photo
Driver's license or ID card issued by federal, state or local government agencies or entities (including photo)
U.S. Coast Guard, Merchant Mariner card
School ID with photo
Sponsor DOD ID card
Immigration Naturalization Service Card
Group B (non-picture)
Certificate of citizenship or naturalization
Voter Registration Card
U.S. Social Security Card
Certification of Birth Abroad
Unexpired refugee travel document
Original or certified copy of a Birth Certificate
Native American Tribal document
Daycare or nursery school record
Clinic, doctor or hospital record
School record or report card
Canadian Driver's License
Foreign National ID with photo
Questions regarding ID cards can be directed to customer service at (559) 454-5274
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