Chosin Reservoir Campaign of 1950 License Plate

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Georgia veterans of the U.S. armed forces who participated in the Chosin Reservoir Campaign of 1950 in North Korea are eligible for this specialty license plate.

The surviving spouse of a qualified deceased veteran is also eligible as long as not remarried.

There is a $25 manufacturing fee. There is a $20 annual fee. An applicant is entitled to a second plate upon payment of a $25 manufacturing fee in addition to a $20 annual fee.

 

Gold Star License Plate

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Georgians who are family (spouse, mother, father, step-parent, child, sibling or sibling's spouse) of a service member killed in action while serving in the U.S. armed forces are eligible for this specialty license plate.

There is no registration fee, manufacturing fee, or annual fee for the first plate issued to the spouse, mother, and father who were Georgia residents at the time of death of the service member. An applicant is entitled to a second plate upon payment of a $25 manufacturing fee in addition to a $20 annual fee.

For all other family members, including family members who were not Georgia residents at the time of the service member's death, a $25 manufacturing fee and a $20 annual fee apply to the first and any subsequent plates.

 

National Guard License Plate

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Members of the Georgia National Guard are eligible for this specialty license plate.

The surviving spouse of a member of the National Guard who was killed while serving in a combat arena is also eligible as long as not remarried.

There is no registration fee, manufacturing fee, or annual fee for this plate. An applicant is entitled to a second plate upon payment of a $25 manufacturing fee in addition to a $20 annual fee.

 

Pearl Harbor Survivor License Plate

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Georgia veterans of the U.S. armed forces who survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor are eligible for this specialty license plate.

The surviving spouse of a qualified deceased veteran is also eligible as long as not remarried.

There is no registration fee, manufacturing fee, or annual fee for this plate. An applicant is entitled to a second plate upon payment of a $25 manufacturing fee in addition to a $20 annual fee.

 

Former Prisoner of War License Plate

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Georgia veterans who are former prisoners of war with a discharge from the U.S. armed forces under honorable conditions are eligible for this specialty license plate.

The surviving spouse of a qualified deceased veteran is also eligible as long as not remarried.

For purposes of this specialty license plate, "prisoner of war" is defined as a veteran who was captured and held prisoner by forces hostile to the United States while serving in the U.S. armed forces in World War II, the Korean War, or the Vietnam War.

There is no registration fee, manufacturing fee, or annual fee for this plate. An applicant is entitled to a second plate upon payment of a $25 manufacturing fee in addition to a $20 annual fee.