DD Form 2, United States Uniformed Services Identification Card is a form released by the Department of Defense (DoD) and used to identify a person as a reserved, retired, or reserve-retired member of the U.S. Armed Forces. The card serves as proof of eligibility for certain benefits, including medical care and legal assistance.
As of today, no fillable DD Form 2 printables are available for download online. The form should not be confused with DA Form 2 - an Australian Government-issued legal form - or DA Form 2-1, Personnel Qualification Record.
The DD Form 2 military ID card is color-coded to identify the status of the holder. There are three types of this document:
A preview of the cards is available below for reference. Step-by-step instructions and guidelines on receiving a DD Form 2 ID card can be found in the December 2016 edition of Department of the Army (DA) PAM 710-2-1, Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures).