TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas residents who served in the military may now get the word ``veteran'' printed on their state-issued driver's licenses and photo ID cards.
The Department of Revenue announced this week that the service is available to veterans with an honorable or general discharge or a general discharge under honorable conditions.
To obtain the printing, veterans must provide a copy of their military discharge papers indicating their status, or a letter from the Kansas Veterans Commission.
There is no charge to have the word ``veteran'' printed beneath the photo on the card.
Veterans may get the designation when they renew their licenses or pay an $8 charge to have a new card issued before it is expired.
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