If you live in WA, IL, NM, MO, or MN you can’t use your non-enhanced state driver’s license or ID card to get a visitor’s pass for a military installation or any federal facility.  Time has run out for these states to bring their licenses into compliance with the security requirements of the REAL ID Act of 2005. What are your options? At this point, accepted IDs include a US passport, Native American tribal document, ID card from any compliant state, Dept. of Defense or federal ID card. You can also accompany someone with a Dept. of Defense ID card, no matter which state license you hold. You may also be able to make arrangements through your military contact (such as the EFMP coordinator) to continue to use your current ID (at least temporarily). For a full account and updates, check these articles:

http://www.military.com/daily-news/2016/01/13/some-military-bases-no-longer-accepting-ids-from-five-states.html?ESRC=dod_160115.nl  (external link) and

http://www.military.com/daily-news/2016/01/14/pentagon-to-issue-guidance-to-bases-soon-for-blocked-state-ids.html (external link).