ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A driver’s license or ID card from Missouri won’t be enough to get onto Scott Air Force Base and Fort Leonard Wood as of Sept. 15.
Both military installations have issued statements and posted information on their websites for states that are so-called “non-compliant” with the Real ID Act.
Scott Air Force Base officials say if you don’t have a passport or another form of federally recognized photo ID, you will have to be physically escorted by a sponsor while on the base.
On Fort Leonard Wood’s website, it lists other acceptable alternate forms of identification to present with your driver’s license. The list does include a social security card.
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