MIL Who wants to 'update' my ID picture V. cheap oakleys!

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  1. PlutoBHG

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    J/c but all the frame designs on there are approved for military I take it?
     
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    not for safety
     
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    Just allowed to wear them in uniform so they offer a deal
     
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    Before you guys start copying your DOD IDs, you may want to research the RFI that the DOD put out on this. They are saying NO ONE is authorized to copy, or request a copy of your ID. It's opsec violation :dunno:
     
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    To my knowledge you can take a picture of your ID open it up in ms paint and block out everything but your pic and the expiration of the ID. They don't need a picture of the back. Although, it wouldn't surprise me if it was stated somewhere as an opsec violation.

    Research the Rapid Fielding Issue?
     
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    the back of it is not allowed to be photocopied as it has our ssn's on it. front is squared to go.
     
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    Cyan Connect Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra. OT Supporter

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    I was told that it is illegal to photocopy a CAC Card, regardless of which side is photocopied.
     
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    your people and my people should get together and figure out a universal standard. bastards. :squint:
     
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    DTM-08-003, December 1, 2008

    15 ATTACHMENT 3
    a. Reference (t) prohibits photographing or otherwise reproducing or possessing DoD identification cards in an unauthorized manner, under penalty of fine, imprisonment, or both. The credential may only be photocopied to facilitate DoD benefits and entitlements for which the card is used. When possible, the card will be electronically authenticated in lieu of photographing the card.
    b. There are instances where graphical representations of CACs are necessary to facilitate the DoD mission. When used or distributed, these graphical representations must not be the same size as the CAC and must have the word “SAMPLE” written on them.

    12. RESTRICTIONS. The CAC shall not be amended, modified, or overprinted by any means. No stickers or other adhesive materials are to be placed on either side of the CAC. Holes shall not be punched into the CAC, except as required by section 10 of this attachment. The chip or laminate shall not be removed from the CAC.
     
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    and those assholes always had us put the ship's sticker on it.
     
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    not rapid fielding issue :rofl: RFI also stands for request for information.

    This came through my exchange email
    -----Original Message-----

    Subject: Photocopying of Military Identification Cards and Common Access
    Cards (CAC)

    Recently, there have been several reports regarding the photocopying of
    military identification cards and common access cards (CAC) by commercial
    establishments to verify military affiliation or provide government rates
    for service. Do not allow commercial businesses to photocopy your military
    issued identification cards. Photocopying of US Government Identification
    is a violation of Title 18, US Code Part I, Chapter 33, Section 701. Many
    military members, family member and DOD employees are unaware of this law.
    It is not just illegal but this type of activity can make Soldiers, DoD
    Civilians, and their Family member's targets of identity theft, intelligence
    collection, and terrorist. High-quality photocopies of your ID cards can be
    used to manufacture fraudulent identification to obtain access onto our
    installations.
     

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