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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/RUCD restricted the Command Sponsorship Program for its units in Area I which include: Camp Casey Enclaves (210 FAB), , Camp Red Cloud (HHBN 2nd ID),  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.   No exceptions are granted.

The 2ID/RUCD Command Sponsorship Program is still available for Area II,  Area III, and Area IV units including: K-16 [2nd Battalion (Assault), 2nd Aviation Regiment, 2CAB],  Camp Humphreys (2CAB and Battalions of 2SBDE), and Camp Carroll (2SBDE HQ) in the cities of  Songnam, Pyeongtaek, and Daegu respectively.  Military personnel projected to fill Area II  Area III, and Area IV Priority One, Two, and Three billets may apply for Command Sponsorship.

Bringing Non-Command Sponsored Family members is strongly discouraged due to the phase out of Family support resources available.

Command Sponsorship versus Non-Command Sponsorship Benefits Comparison Matrix as of 1 Jan 17

CSP Priority Categories

Priority One

Brigade and Battalion Commanders
Command Sergeants Major
Staff Command Selection List and Nominative Position Officers

Priority Two

All Critical MOS's and or positions determined by Mission Commander.

Priority Three

All other positions

Steps to Request Command Sponsorship

1.  In Country Requests -  Service member who is already in Korea

  • DA Form 4187 (Sample is available at xxxxxxx)
  • PCS Orders to Korea
  • Pinpoint Orders (indicating arrival date to Korea)
  • DA Form 5888 (only valid for a year)
  • DD Form 2792/DD Form 2792-1 (if family member is warranted in part B. 9b and the EFMP condition is medical/educational related)
  • Current LES
  • Travel voucher AOP from MyPay
  • No CSP Inbound Entitlement Memo (if any entitlement has been used with PCS orders to Korea or if no dependent stated on PCS orders)
  • ERB/ORB

Submit your completed packet to your current S1/2ID G1.  

2.  Out of Country Requests -  Service member who is on assignment to Korea

  • DA Form 5888 (only valid for a year)
  • DD Form 2792/DD Form 2792-1 (if family member is warranted in part B. 9b and the EFMP condition is medical/educational related)
  • PCS Orders o Soldier Declaration Memo
  • ERB/ORB
  • Others (required by losing MPD)

Forms

Form Number

Description

DA Form 4787

Reassignment Processing

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

Entitlement Memo Verification of No Inbound Entitlement Memo

Declaration Memo

Soldier Declaration Memo

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.

 

CSP Contact Information

Email: Contact the 2D Infantry Division/ROK-US Combined Division CSP Manager at usarmy.redcloud.2-id.list.web-csp@mail.mil

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Current Korea Date/Time: Wednesday, May 23, 2018,  5:42:46 PM.
 
2ID/RUCD CSP Manager TEL:
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