The discount card is not a formal military ID, and cannot be used as a Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC), a Department of Defense (DoD) Identification Card, or a state-issued driver’s license/ID with a “Veterans” designation. Further, the discount card may not be used to prove eligibility for any federal benefits, to access military bases or installations, to access military commissaries or exchanges, to present as a form of identification at any airport, to check into a VA hospital, or to show as proof of retirement from the Armed Forces.
The program aims to help veterans save money and boost the number of DD-214 forms recorded with the Sedgwick County Register of Deeds. A DD-214 is a document issued by the U.S. Department of Defense upon a military service member's retirement, separation, or discharge from active duty. Last year, only a handful of veterans took advantage of the records service.
“By offering the discount incentive, I hope more veterans will make use of the DD-214 recording service through our office too,” said Register of Deeds Tonya Buckingham.
The Sedgwick County Register of Deeds offers a quick and easy way for veterans to receive discount incentives. Eligible veterans can bring the required information to the
Deeds office and leave that day with both their DD-214 recorded and their new discount card. Veterans may apply for the discount card through the Veterans Affairs website as well; the process through the VA may take up to 60 days.
Recording DD-214s is not a new service for the Sedgwick County Register of Deeds.
The Deeds office has kept DD-214s on file for decades, with some records going back to the 1940s. By recording their information with Sedgwick County, veterans do not need to worry about losing their documentation, or experiencing any delay in services because of an inability to locate their DD-214.
1:00 PM Program with McConnell AFB Leadership as featured guest speakers
MILITARY RECRUITERS | MILITARY VEHICLE DISPLAYS | VA MOBILE UNITS & REPS | FOOD TRUCKS | FREE ADMISSION TO MUSEUM FOR ALL VETERANS AND ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY
THIS EXPO IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Food, Fun and a chance to connect with the VA and other organizations that are here to assist veterans and their families.
There should be access to Wichita Sports Forum’s indoor trampoline park, as well as basketball and volleyball courts.
Stop by and visit with the folks from VeteranBargains.com and find out how you might be able to save up to an extra $800 a year.
Don't be the one left out.
The Stand Down event is a community-based event in which organizations come together to provide annual one day events to serve individuals and their families who are at risk or experiencing homelessness, and connecting them with critical supportive services to help them gain and maintain housing stability.