What happens when servicemembers retire or separate? The community moves on and often the veteran and his/her family members can feel lost as they try and assimilate into the new civilian world they are a part of.
Your military ID comes in handy for getting you on and off your installation and for everyday things like shopping at your installation commissary and exchange. But did you know your ID is also your ticket to a world of great discounted recreation and entertainment opportunities?
On behalf of the Department of Veteran Services (DVS), the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) now issues veteran ID cards to eligible veterans. These cards provide proof of veteran status and permit the veterans to receive discounts from retailers and restaurants