In the U.S., the following military personnel and their families qualify for a Military Epic Pass:
- Veteran: A person who served in the active military and who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable.
- Dependent: Veteran Military member's spouse and any child dependents. Parents of military members are not included, nor are children who are no longer dependent. 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.
What are age/eligibility requirements of Child Dependents in the Military?
Registered dependents aged 16+ will verify their passes using their own credentials and registered dependents under the age of 16 will verify their passes using their military sponsor's credentials. Children and spouses of veterans will verify their passes using the veteran's credentials.
What if I am a service member or dependent in Australia or Canada?
Service members and their dependents from Australia and Canada are eligible for the Military Epic Pass offering. They are not included in the Liberty Pass offering. Details on military eligibility and verification process for Australian service members can be viewed here, and for Canadian service members can be viewed here.