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Hey I just have to ask you all something. I still havea a DoD ID card that is green with the black and white picture on it. I noticed last year while I was doing a rotation at one of the Army Community Hospitals that people there were all getting these new ID's that have colored photos.

So, do I have to go get a new ID, or is my old black and white one still good to get me access to facilities?
 

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The green one is for reservists. The white one, complete w/ computer chip and color pic, is for active duty folks. Just picked up my greenie last week. You should be good to go w/ the green ID.
 
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