This information was published this a.m. from the Garrison commander at West Point (I assume all military installations will have same procedure): #WPAlert We have just received information regarding changes in security procedures on West Point. We realize that this is a short notice on the procedural change but we have just received this information from our higher headquarters. Starting Jan. 10, people using a driver's license from the states of Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico or Washington will have to use another approved form of identification in order to enter West Point and all other military installations. If you possess a valid Department of Defense issued identification card this new requirement does not affect your ability to enter military installations. Acceptable alternate forms of identification are a US passport, a permanent resident card/Alien Registration Receipt Card (form 1-551), a foreign passport with a temporary I-551 stamp or visa or an employment authorization document that contains a photograph (Form I-766).