2ID : Soldiers & Families : Command Sponsorship
Command Sponsorship Program
Command Sponsorship is a program that enables Soldiers to bring their Families to Korea to reside with them
during their tour. As of 1 February 2014, 2ID restricted the Command Sponsorship Program for its units in Area I which include: Camp Casey (210 FAB), Camp Hovey (1ABCT), Camp Red Cloud (HHBN 2nd ID), Camp Stanley (23rd Chemical Battalion, 1ABCT), and in the cities of Uijeongbu and Dongducheon. In 2ID, Area I units, only Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers projected to fill "Priority One" billets will be approved for Command Sponsorship. Family members of those approved for "Priority One" command sponsorship billets will reside in Area II. CSP exceptions to policy will be strictly controlled and delegated by the 2ID Commanding General.
The 2ID Command Sponsorship Program is still available for Area II and Area III units including: K-16 [2nd Battalion (Assault), 2nd Aviation Regiment, 2CAB] and Camp Humphreys (2CAB) in the cities of Songnam, and Pyeongtaek, respectively. Military personnel projected to fill Area II and Area III Priority One, Two, and Three billets may apply for Command Sponsorship.
Servicemembers who elect to bring non-command sponsored Family members to Korea, should be advised of support limitations. More information is available on the USFK website.
Contact the 2ID CSP Manager: email: email@example.com or by phone: DSN 315-732-6863 for more information.
CSP Priority Categories
Brigade and Battalion Commanders
Command Sergeants Major
Staff Command Selection List and Nominative Position Officers
All Critical MOS's and or positions determined by Mission Commander.
All other positions
Steps to Request Command Sponsorship
- All Requests - Complete the following forms:
In Country Requests - In addition to step 1, complete the following:
- DA Form 4787
- DA Form 5888
- DD Form 2792
- DD Form 2792-1
- Acknowledgement of Command Sponsorship Benefits Limitations
Submit your completed packet to your current S1. If your losing MPD says “you don't need those forms,” politely ask them to include them in your packet anyway.
- In Country Command Sponsorship Request
- PCS Orders to Korea
- Pinpoint Orders (indicating arrival date)
DA Form 4787
DA Form 5888
Family Member Deployment Screening Sheet
DD Form 2792
Exceptional Family Member Medical Summary
DD Form 2792-1
Exceptional Family Member Education/Early Intervention Summary
Area I Memo
In-country Command Sponsorship Request (In-country Requests Only)
Download CSP Packet
CSP Process Explained
The entire process can take two to four weeks if the paperwork is submitted correctly. For a complete explanation of the CSP Process, download CSP 101.
Check Your CSP Application Status
Check the status at https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/671823 and use your Common Access Card (CAC) to login to the site.
To Learn more about using the site, read the 8th Army Sponsorship Portal Instructions
Contact Command Sponsorship at firstname.lastname@example.org
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