5th Special Forces Group (Airborne)

AUTHORITY:

Public Chapter 926(2018). Tenn. Code. Ann. §§  55-4-273, (Fees: 55-4-103(f)(2), 55-4-103(f)(3)55-4-111(a)(1) Class B, 55-4-132(a) 55-4-204) and  55-4-201, 55-4-202, 55-4-203(c)(5), (55- 4-252,55-4-271

PLATE CATEGORY: 

Military Cultural

CLASS CODES:

Plate Class 3989 Issue Year 2018

WHO IS ELIGIBLE: 

Owners or lessees of passenger motor vehicles who are residents of the state of Tennessee and who meet one of the following requirements:

  • Active, retired or honorably discharged members of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) in good standing.
  • An “Under Honorable” discharge does not meet the qualifications for plates requiring an “Honorably Discharged” status.
  • Member’s spouse and children of qualifying 5th Special Forces Group members are also eligible.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:

For proof of eligibility, all applications must be accompanied by the following:

  1. Military orders, or other official documentation detailing an assignment to 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) as proof of eligibility, and
  2. The following documentation must be provided:
    • Active duty members of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) must present a valid military identification card or such other document as the commissioner designates as sufficient proof that the applicant is an active duty member of the military;
    • Retired or honorably discharged members of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) must present:
      • (i) A certified copy of the member's certificate of release or discharge from active duty, department of defense form 214 (DD 214); or
      • (ii) A valid DD form 2 (Retired) military identification card; or
      • (iii) A Tennessee driver license that indicates military service  
    • Spouses or children of a member must be accompanied by
      • Documentation that is required from the member (as indicated above) and
      • Sufficient proof that the applicant is the spouse or child of a member, including:
        • (i) A valid DD form 1173 military dependent identification card; or
        • (ii) A marriage certificate; or
        • (iii) A birth certificate or certificate of adoption; 
    • Surviving spouses of deceased retired or honorably discharged members or of a member who died while on active duty shall be issued a license plate pursuant to this section, until the surviving spouse remarries, upon providing documentation required from the member (as indicated above) and providing a copy of the death certificate of the deceased.

NOTE: Applicant is required to submit the documentation required only when initially applying for the plate. 

PERSONALIZATION: 

Maximum characters available to personalize:          6

To personalize a plate, the applicant must complete the Online Application for Tennessee Personalized License Plate.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

NUMBER TO BE ISSUED UNLIMITED
VEHICLE MUST BE REGISTERED BY APPLICANT, SPOUSE, CHILD
VEHICLE CLASS PASSENGER
OWNER/LEASED OWNER OR LESSEE
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