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  • Free Lifetime Military Entrance Passes for honorably discharged United States veterans who have service-connected disabilities.

Proof of identification, service-connected disability, honorable discharge and veteran or retired military status are required. Satisfactory written documentation to prove eligibility includes:

  • Personal identification (i.e.: driver license) and
  • Current official documentation from the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Veterans Affairs or an appropriate branch of one of those agencies, naming the bearer as having sustained a service-related disability, and
  • Most recent DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, showing the named individual's Character of Service as Honorable, or
  • Other current official documentation from the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Veterans Affairs or an appropriate branch of one of those agencies, naming the bearer as veteran, or retired military, or
  • Florida Department of Motor Vehicles driver license or identification card with a capital "V" designation printed on the card indicating the bearer is a veteran.
  • *Lifetime Military Entrance Pass holders are required to obtain a replacement pass upon expiration of their current pass. Lifetime Military Entrance Passes may have an expiration date of up to five years from the date of issuance. Satisfactory written documentation to prove eligibility for a replacement Lifetime Military Entrance Pass includes the existing Lifetime Military Entrance Pass and personal identification (i.e.: driver license, etc.).
  • Free Lifetime Military Entrance Passes for surviving spouses and parents of deceased members of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard or reserve units of the U.S. Armed Forces or National Guard who have fallen in combat.

 Proof of spouse or child having fallen in combat and proof of spousal or parental relationship are required. Satisfactory written documentation to prove eligibility includes:
Personal identification (i.e.: driver license) and

  • The DD Form 1300, Report of Casualty, showing the Place of Casualty was a combat or war zone on the Date of Casualty, the Circumstances indicate that the casualty was due to enemy action and the Interested Person/Remarks indicates the bearer is the spouse or parent of the military member who has fallen in combat, or
  • The final DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, showing the date of death as the same date as the date of separation, or
  • The DD Form 2064, Certificate of Death (Overseas), indicating the bearer is the surviving spouse or a parent of the military member who has fallen in combat, or
  • Other current official documentation from the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Veterans Affairs or an appropriate branch of one of those agencies, naming the bearer as veteran, or retired military, and
  • A marriage certificate or license, birth or death certificate, or adoption papers showing the bearer as the spouse or parent of the military member who has fallen in combat.

 

  • *Lifetime Military Entrance Pass holders are required to obtain a replacement pass upon expiration of their current pass. Lifetime Military Entrance Passes may have an expiration date of up to five years from the date of issuance. Satisfactory written documentation to prove eligibility for a replacement Lifetime Military Entrance Pass includes the existing Lifetime Military Entrance Pass and personal identification (i.e.: driver license, etc.).
     

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