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Do you have a family plan? Do you have emergency supplies for your family and pets if the power is out and the roads are closed for a few, or more, days? What if you have to evacuate? What if someone gets hurt and rescue crews cannot get to you right away? These are all important questions and there are good answers. 

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Appointments will soon be required for all patrons at Belvoir’s ID card office.

In the past, those seeking to renew their military ID cards, family member ID cards or Common Access Cards, or to get a new card, could make an appointment or walk in to Human Resources, Bldg. 213 on Belvoir. But, effective May 2, the office goes to an appointments-only policy.

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Belvoir’s Directorate of Emergency Services has joined the Commonwealth of Virginia in recognizing June as “Move Over Awareness Month.” The declaration is intended to provide further support to Belvoir’s public safety campaign aimed at increasing drivers’ awareness about protecting public safety professionals and highway safety workers on Virginia’s roads.

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It’s aggravating to wait in long lines only for the DEERS/RAPIDS system to go down, and the staff at the ID Card office in Building 213 understand.

Belvoir’s ID Card Facility sees more individuals daily than surrounding locations, said James Kennedy, ID card supervisor and site security manager. People come from all over the place and, on any given day, there are as many as 64 appointments, depending on available staff. Each day, the facility sees more than 100 customers, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Between the number of customers with unique needs and an unpredictable system, personnel at the ID card facility are aware of customers’ frustrations.

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Employees, residents and visitors to Belvoir are asked to use Tulley Gate, beginning April 7.
For other changes in gate hours, click here.

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