DD Form 2765 is an official document granting military ID card holders privileges. These privileges include access to commissaries and exchanges, Tricare, and use of welfare and morale activities. The document is issued to those who are enrolled in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) through a RAPIDS ID workstation or at a DEERS office.
DD Form 2765 is the military ID card that gives service members access to a number of privileges, including commissary and exchange benefits. The card also verifies service and eligibility for Tricare, legal assistance, welfare activities, and other benefits. The card is available to active duty and retired members and their dependents. In some cases, honorably discharged non-retirement eligible veterans rated 100% disabled due to a service-connected injury or disease may also be granted an ID card. Those seeking a card should fill out DD 1172-2, Application for Identification Card/DEERS Enrollment, and visit an official RAPIDS representative for final verification and processing.
This card is similar to a CAC card, but is only valid for dependents of active duty service members or retired military. This card enables the dependent to access all the same benefits as the retiree, including travel on Space-A flights. Eligible dependents include children (including adopted or stepchildren), lawful surviving spouses, and unmarried parents/in-laws who are living with the cardholder. Exceptions to this rule may be granted for Medal of Honor recipients, 100% disabled veterans, or former members in receipt of retired pay.
DD Form 2765 for Privileged Veterans
If you are a veteran rated 100% disabled due to a service-connected disability, you may qualify for the Department of Defense Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card. This card gives you access to a variety of benefits, including commissary and exchange privileges. In order to obtain the card, you must have a letter from the VA certifying your eligibility. In addition, you must have a copy of your DD 214 reflecting an honorable discharge. The process is fairly simple for those who wish to apply for a new or renewal ID card. First, they must submit a letter from the VA that identifies them as a 100% disabled Veteran. They must also have a copy of their DD214 reflecting an honorable discharge. Then, they must complete the DA 2765-1 Form.
DA Form 2765-1 is the Request for Issue or Turn-In form for Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Cards. The form can be completed online and submitted to RAPIDS. It is recommended that the instructions be carefully followed to ensure accurate data collection and to prevent over-collection of information.
How to Complete DD Form 2765?
To complete this form, the cardholder must provide the following information. The sponsor must sign the form electronically with CAC or DS Logon or in person at a RAPIDS Site. Once the form is completed, it must be submitted to DFAS. DFAS will then process the request and issue the card. This card is also necessary for requesting military records, including the DD214.
Alternatively, the form can be completed in person at a RAPIDS site or by the sponsor and notarized. Using a form-filling software solution such can make the process even easier, and it usually takes minutes to complete. Upon completion, the document can be saved on a device or shared with others through email or cloud storage.
Once you have the required documentation, complete DD Form 2765. Fill in the required information, and sign using a wet or digital signature. Then, submit the document to a Real-Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS) office for processing.