Under a new federal law, Department of Defense (DoD) installations can no longer accept driver's licenses from five states: Minnesota, New Mexico and Washington, as well as licenses from American Samoa. The legislation requires that all ID cards have specific security features that prevent identification theft and duplication of cards and documents. People can show other forms of identification cards such as: passports, DoD common access cards, DoD uniformed services identification and privileges cards or federal personal identification verification cards. Transportation workers' identification credentials are not affected. For more information, read the full article on Military.com or visit the U.S. Department of Defense website.
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