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Figure  3-8.—Application for Uniformed Services Identification Card/DEEW Enrollment, DD Form 1172
Figure 3-6.—Real-Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS) computer used to access DEERS by personnel at PERSUPPDDETs. If you are working in the Identification Cards section of the  PERSUPPDET  and  have  access  to the   Defense   Enrollment   Eligibility   Reporting System (DEERS) through the Real-Time Automated     Personnel     Identification     System (RAPIDS),  you  will  type  these  forms  into  this computer    system.    Figure    3-6    shows    you    a RAPIDS computer. In the following sections,  we  will  discuss  the general requirements for issuing armed forces ID cards  to  active  duty  members,  Naval  Reserve  or inactive   duty   members,   members   entitled   to retired pay, dependents, and authorized civilians. MEMBERS ON ACTIVE DUTY The  Armed  Forces  Identification  Card,  DD Form 2N (ACT), is printed in green security-type ink.  It  is  issued  to  assist  identification  of  the bearer  as  a  member  of  the  armed  forces  serving on    extended    active    duty    and    to    serve    as identification  for  purposes  of  Article  17,  Geneva Conventions    relative    to    the    Treatment    of Prisoners of War. It is not a pass. This card is the property of the United States and must be carried by all officers and enlisted members on extended active  duty  at  all  times.  If  required  by  proper military  authority,  it  must  be  surrendered  for identification or investigation, or while the bearer is in disciplinary confinement. Refer to figure 3-7, which   shows   you   the   front   and   back   of   an intentionally voided DD Form 2N (ACT). Figure 3-7.—Armed Forces Identification Card, DD Form 2N (ACT). 3-18

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