Military identification cards have a picture of the individual, accompanied by his or her name, affiliation, date of birth, date of issue and expiration date. Several types of military ID exist in the United States. More »

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The National Archives, accessible through Archives.gov, has a searchable database of military records, photographs and documents. Although not all of the National Archives' holdings are available online, the website repo... More »

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Military scammers often steal photos of legitimate military veterans and use them as profile pictures on their own dating profiles, take pictures of themselves in a fake military uniform, or include a photo of a child to... More »

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Make your own membership cards by designing a template for use in a word processing or graphic design program and including details such as the member's name, account number and expiration date. Alternately, use an onlin... More »

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The Armed Forces History Museum describes current military dog tags as listing a service member's last name, first name, middle initial, serial or Social Security number, blood type and religious affiliation. Each piece ... More »

The Knox County 24-Hour in Custody List displays each individual's photograph, name, date of birth, address and race. Arrest information includes the charge, case number, document type, booking date and type and amount o... More »

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Not all members of the military have military ID cards. The Common Access Card, which is commonly known as a military ID, is issued to active duty uniformed service personnel, Selected Reserve, Department of Defense civi... More »

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