The DMDC provides a search engine called the RAPIDS Site Locator on its website, dmdc.osd.mil. The Site Locator gives you several options to find your ID card office. You can search using your current location, an address, a site ID number or the site name and area code. It then displays the results on a Google map for easy access to site information.
The DMDC also allows you to make a reservation should you need to renew or obtain your Military ID cards. The website is located at rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil and requires a username and password, as well as information on what type of Military ID card you are looking to get. Most Military ID card offices offer Active Duty, Reserve, Dependent and Retiree ID cards. Some also supply DD Form 2765, which is a privileged ID card usually reserved for Medal of Honor winners and disabled veterans, and DOD Civilian Retiree ID Cards. The DMDC, an organization that serves under the Secretary of Defense as a sort of Human Resources department, provides these online services. The DMDC collects and organizes personnel, training, manpower, financial and other types of data for the Department of Defense. The DMDC was established in 1974.