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76231b
12-30-2008, 11:20 AM
I was told that we can go to any military base and get it there. I don't know of any bases around where I am (a little north of San Francisco). Or where to go to get it on the base.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

Futurecollector
12-30-2008, 11:38 AM
what branch???
im guessing army?
AF. there is travis,
MC. there is Sd camp Pendelton
And Navy you have Port Hueneme.
Army there is Fort Ord.

but yeah you just go to the gate and tell the Mp.s that you need to get her a mil ID, show them yours, and your Lisc, Registration, that is if you dont have a sticker thing on your car. and they will tell you where to go...

76231b
12-30-2008, 11:47 AM
I am in the army so would I have to go to an army base? I was told any branch would work. Travis would be the closest to me.

smokingloon
12-30-2008, 12:17 PM
I'm guessing you are just talking about the civilian ID card?

Regulus
12-30-2008, 1:02 PM
First the sponsor (You) need to enroll your dependent (Her) in DEERS then take her with you to any military base or other RAPIDS site if no base is near (not branch specific... does not need to be an Army base).

Ask the gate guard (or anyone you see) where the ID card office is. Once there, the personnel are usually pretty helpful and will guide you through the process. Also, you might take a copy of your marriage cert if she is your newly acquired wife (just in case).

After processing, they should take her picture and give her the ID while you wait.

11Z50
12-31-2008, 6:37 PM
My wife can help. She is a family readiness assistant for National Guard Bureau, please PM me and I'll hook you up.

Manic Moran
12-31-2008, 8:59 PM
Just how far North of SF are you? I believe there's a Coast Guard facility near Petaluma which might do them. I go to Coast Guard Island (Alameda), you can also hit Travis or Moffett.

NTM

RANDO
01-01-2009, 1:08 AM
ID Card Office
The Customer Service branch of the Personnel Division is chartered with issuing ID cards.

* Location: Bldg 21, 1st Floor, Room 111
* Main Customer Service Center #: (510) 437-2905
* Hours: MONDAY - WALK-INS ONLY 0700-1600 TUESDAY - APPOINTMENTS ONLY 0700-1530 WEDNESDAY - APPOINTMENTS ONLY 0700-1530
THURSDAY - APPOINTMENTS ONLY 0700-1200,ID CARDS CLOSED 1200-1600
FRIDAY - APPOINTMENTS ONLY 0700-1530
* Open every 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 0900-1200.
* Misc. Admin Support: (510) 437-5684.


this is info for the coast guard base in alameda. make sure your parking decal is up to date on your windshield or you have current registration and insurance papers with you when you get to the gate. pm with questions if you got them.

LeftyShooter
01-05-2009, 12:34 AM
Try this place:

Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area (PRFTA)
Dublin, CA / Pleasanton, CA

Address
510 Evans Ave
Camp Parks, California 94568

General Inquiries
(800) 250-2482

Media Inquiries
(925) 875-4970 or jason.hudson@usar.army.mil

Recruiting and Retention Inquiries
(925) 875-4031

Family Readiness
(925) 875-4018 or (925) 875-4111

Marine Reserve Center

900 Commodore Lane
San Bruno, California 94066-0095

650.244.9806
FAX: 650.952.5456

United States Government Marine Corps: Reserve Center
2144 Clement Ave
Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 814-2605‎

United States Government Marine Corps: Reserve Training Center
3225 Willow Pass Rd
Concord, CA 94519
(925) 825-1775‎

US Army Reserve Center
2600 Castro Rd
San Pablo, CA 94806
(510) 970-3220‎

US Army Reserve Center
3225 Willow Pass Rd
Concord, CA 94519
(925) 688-1949‎

US ARMY RESERVE CENTER OAKLAND, 2400 ENGINEER RD OAKLAND ARMY BASE, BLDG 1086. OAKLAND, CA 94607,

12th Coast Guard District‎ - 630 Sansome St, San Francisco, CA‎ - (415) 556-5500

Davidoff
01-06-2009, 3:51 PM
If your dependent is already enrolled in DEERS (which was accomplished for me during Air Force Basic Training), you can go to Travis AFB Pass and ID. When I got out in May of 2007 it was located in the Main Admin building on top of the hill. When entering from the main gate, go straight down Travis Blvd all the way to the C-141 "Golden Bear" display (about 1 mile). The Pass and ID section was located in the back of the big building on the hill behind the aircraft. If you go in uniform you get to go ahead of all the retirees, and it is really worth it (30-45 min vs 2-3 hours)

The base operator can give you the current duty hours and phone number for them. They are open 5 days a week, but I'm not sure of the hours. The number for the base operator is 707-424-1111.

Hope this helps.

razorscs
01-12-2009, 4:58 PM
what branch???
im guessing army?
AF. there is travis,
MC. there is Sd camp Pendelton
And Navy you have Port Hueneme.
Army there is Fort Ord.

but yeah you just go to the gate and tell the Mp.s that you need to get her a mil ID, show them yours, and your Lisc, Registration, that is if you dont have a sticker thing on your car. and they will tell you where to go...

you can get any branch military I.D. at any DEERS location.