In the U.S., the following military personnel and their families qualify for a Military Epic Pass:
- Active Duty (full-time): A person who is currently serving on active duty in the military full-time (serving on Title 10 orders for 30 days or more).
- Reserve & Guard Forces: A person in the Reserve or National Guard is not full-time active duty military personnel, although he or she can be deployed at any time should the need arise. Members of the Reserve & Guard are eligible for the Military Epic Pass (Active/Retired/Dependent) if they are currently serving in the Reserves or National Guard (serving on Title 32 orders). (This offer does not apply to members of the IRR – Individual Ready Reserve.)
- Retired: A military retiree is any former member of the military branches above who is entitled, under statute, to retired, retirement, or retainer pay. Examples include, but are not necessarily limited to, spending 20 or more years in the military, or permanent retirement by reasons of physical disability.
- Active/Retired/Reserve/Guard Forces Dependent: Registered Dependents of Active/Retired Military members, including spouse and child dependents. Parents of military members are not included, as well as children who are no longer dependent. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense. For active/retired dependents, all should have or qualify for DD Form 1173. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense*.
*For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.