A Trusted Traveler designation allows an individual presenting an approved DoD or Federal PIV ID card installation access and the ability to vouch for accompanying co-travelers who are on foot or occupants inside a passenger vehicle. Occupants in a vehicle must be properly seated and secured in accordance with federal, state, and site motor vehicle laws.
The Trusted Traveler program is permitted during the hours of 0500-2300 and shall be discontinued during the hours of 2300-0500. During the discontinued time, all co-travelers on foot or in a vehicle must show acceptable identification.
The Trusted Traveler designee must have sufficient knowledge of the co-travelers to legitimately vouch for their identity, fitness, and purpose. Co-travelers must present an acceptable and valid credential if identification is requested by Marine Corps Law Enforcement (LE) personnel conducting command authorized RAMs.
The Trusted Traveler designee is responsible for the actions of all co-travelers while they are onsite.
The number of co-travelers may not exceed five individuals per Trusted Traveler unless specifically authorized by the site commander.
Trusted Travelers are responsible for verifying citizenship of co-travelers and are prohibited from vouching for foreign nationals.
This program is subject to changes at any given time.