Rs 518.01 Order Of The Ddps To November 29, 2013 On The Military Identification

Original Language Title: RS 518.01 Ordonnance du DDPS du 29 novembre 2013 sur l’identification militaire

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518.01 order of the DDPS on identifying military from November 29, 2013 (Status January 1, 2014) the federal Department of defence, protection of the population and sports (DDPS), in agreement with the federal Department of finance, view of art. 1 of the Decree of the federal Council on August 29, 1952, on the application of the Geneva conventions in the military, stop: Section 1 provisions general art. 1 purpose this order regulates the establishment and delivery of military gray and blue identity cards (ID cards) as well as the military identity plate.

Art. 2 base cards and the identity plate are called into application: a. of the Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 for the improvement of the fate of wounded and sick in armed forces in the campaign; b. of the Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 for the improvement of the fate of the wounded, sick and shipwrecked of the armed forces at sea; (c) of the Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 relative to the treatment of prisoners of war; (d) of the Geneva Convention of 12 August 1949 relative to the protection of civilians in time of war; (e) of the additional protocol of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 relative to the protection of victims of armed conflict international; (f) of the additional protocol of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 relative to the protection of victims of non-armed conflict international; g. Protocol of 8 December 2005 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, relating to the adoption of a distinctive sign additional.

RS 0.518.12 RS RS RS RS RS RS 0.518.523 art 0.518.522 0.518.521 0.518.51 0.518.42 0.518.23 3 content and shape the content and the form of cards and the identity plate must meet the requirements set by the four Geneva conventions and the three additional protocols.

Art. 4 use the cards and the identity plate serve the protection of their holder during an armed conflict, and in accordance with the Geneva conventions, as proof of their identity and nationality.
Identity cards are valid only during active service when the person wearing the uniform, the federal cuff or the cuff of the Red Cross.
It is not permissible to use the ID card in civilian life.
The identity plate is valid from the moment of his release.
It can also be worn in civilian life.
The cards and the identity plate are part of personal equipment.

Section 2 data written on the cards and the identity art plate 5 data on the grey ID card identification cards contains the following information: a. the number of insured number; b. the name; c. the name or, if there are several given names, the usual given name; d. date of birth with the day, month, year; e. rank or, if applicable, officer; f. the signing; g. the timbre of the staff to conduct of the army.

Blue identity card contains the following information in addition: a. the size, color of eyes and hair; b. the particular signs; c. a recent passport photo; d. the military function, insofar as it gives the right to obtaining the blue identification card.

Art. 6 data on the identity plate the identity plate contains the following information: a. on the face: 1. the insurance as number, 2. the name, 3. the number, or if there are several given names, the usual given name, 4. the date of birth with the day, month, year;

b. on the back: 1. the designation "CH", 2. the Swiss cross.

Art. 7 correspondence with the service record data cards and the identity plate must be identical to those on the military document attesting the fulfillment of military obligations (service book).

Art. 8 sources of data the data necessary for the establishment of the cards and the identity plate is taken from the information system on the staff of the Army (SIPA).
Those who are not saved in the SIPA data are collected from military operations.

Section 3 delivery and withdrawal art. 9 discount identification cards are given only during active service or by order of the head of the army.
Receive the grey identification card: a. the military as well as other people involved in the army; b. personnel of private companies and farms and military institutions for which the federal Council ordered military operations, in accordance with art. 81 of the Act of 3 February 1995 on the Army (LAAM); c. people who are affected or attributed to the army, in accordance with art. 6 LAAM; d. members of the border guard for which the federal Council has set the delivery of personal equipment, in accordance with art. 110, al. 4 LAAM.

Receive the Blue identity card: a. personnel; b. health aid volunteers; c. the other soldiers that are embedded in medical units or formations of the Red Cross; d. religious personnel.

Receive an identity plate: a. after recruitment: 1. the military, 2 voluntary health aid, 3 members of the border guard, 4 people doing a service for the promotion of peace;

b. during active service or by order of the Chief of the army: 1. all other people who are engaged in the army, 2 private companies and personnel operations and military establishments for which the federal Council ordered military operations, in accordance with art. 81 LAAM, 3. the people who are affected or attributed to the army, in accordance with art. 6 LAAM.

In the case of national defense service, the persons referred to in para. 4 receive a second identity plate similar to that which they have previously received.
The logistics centre or store recovery designated logistics base of the Army (BLA) is competent to hand cards and the identity plate.
The cards and the identity plate are given to the staff of private companies and farms and military facilities at the time where the military operation is ordered. Businesses and farms and military institutions are responsible to ensure their release.

RS 510.10 art. 10 registration in the service record logistics center or the store of restoration of the BLA reports delivery of the identity plate in the service record.
Registration in the service record is not maintained or replaced.

Art. 11 issuance of new maps and a new identity plate in case of modification of personal data personal data changes, the General staff of armed forces issues for free new maps and a new type plate.
The District Commander or the competent administrative service that makes the changes of personal data in the service record send the changes as well as the old cards and the old plate identity to the General staff of armed forces.
Changes in rank or officer operated on ID cards are made by the body responsible for control tasks, in accordance with the art. 3 to 6 of the order of 10 December 2004 on military controls.

RS 511.22 art. 12 loss maps and identity lost or damaged plates are replaced. Replacement is requested to the General staff of the army form 36.3 conduct: a. in the service: by the commanding officer under the authority of which the service is performed; b. out of service: by borough Commander, section chief, logistics center, the restoration of the BLA store or the person concerned.

Art. 13 withdrawal withdrawal of personal equipment, it is necessary to proceed as follows.
a. during the liberation of military service, identity cards are destroyed; b. after active service, identity cards are kept with personal equipment.

If the person concerned does not another piece of equipment, the administrative service who proceeds to the withdrawal of the equipment sends identity cards to the General staff of armed forces, indicating the reason for the removal.
The identity plate is not removed.

Section 4 development art. 14. the General staff of armed forces, on the orders of the Federal Assembly in the case of active service or by order of the head of the army for any other reason, ordered the establishment of identity cards.
The competence to establish the cards and the identity plate is divided as follows: a. for identity cards, the federal Office for buildings and logistics; (b) for the identity plate, armasuisse.

When a change of military service, a transfer or a new incorporation require delivery of ID cards, the administrative service which has to address changing the service record to the staff for conduct of the army for the establishment of such cards.

Section 5 provisions final art. 15 execution the chiefs of armed forces is responsible for the execution of this order.

Art. 16 repeal of another act the order of 28 November 1996 on the maps and the military identity plate is repealed.

[1997-177 RO]

Art. 17 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 2014.

2013 4469 RS 518.0 RO


State on January 1, 2014

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