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Out of country procedures

Post  mrs.guess on Tue Mar 02, 2010 6:09 am

Newly assigned Soldiers and their Families on-orders to a 2ID Area I unit will initiate their Command Sponsorship packets through their local installation Military Personnel Division (MPD) Office. For more information or assistance Soldiers can contact their sponsor, their Brigade S1 team, or the 2nd Infantry Division G1. The intent is to provide Soldiers and Families all the information they need to make well-informed decisions with respect to their new units.

The Service member will submit the request for Command Sponsorship through their losing MPD. The losing MPD will forward the paperwork to United States Army Garrison, Yongsan (USAG-Y) MPD at csp-korea@korea.army.mil. USAG-Y MPD has two working days to process the inbound Command Sponsorship request by forwarding the complete Command Sponsorship packets to the Brigade S1 Team, copy furnished to 2ID G1 Team.

USAG-Y MPD will forward the request and supporting documentation to the gaining unit for approval. Major subordinate commands (MSC) will provide command concurrence and return the application to USAG-Y MPD. The approval recommendation will include where the Service member will be assigned to and where the family will reside. Also included will be the Benefits Limitation Counseling in accordance with USFK Policy #26 for Service members who opt to reside in Area I, or an approved Overseas Housing Allowance Secretarial Waiver for Area II. If disapproved, the disapproval memorandum from the Brigade Commander will include the reason for the disapproval. The gaining unit's command has five working days to provide approval or disapproval for the request.

USAG-Y MPD will simultaneously staff the application with the screening agencies. USAG-Y MPD will send a copy of the disapproval memorandum to Eight United States Army (EUSA) G1 upon receipt of the request, and a copy of the pending action log on a weekly basis. USAG-Y MPD has two working days to process the request.

The screening agencies evaluate the supportability of the requests. If the request is deemed supportable, they will forward their concurrence to USAG-Y MPD. If the screening agency deems the request is non-supportable, they will forward the request to the supporting Area Garrison Commander with a statement on why the action is recommended for disapproval. The screening agencies have three working days to process the request.

The Area Garrison Commander is the disapproval authority for determining installation support. The Area Garrison Commander will evaluate the request and if he overturns the recommended disapproval, he will forward the request to USAG-Y MPD for issuance of Command Sponsorship orders. If the Garrison Commander determines the installation cannot support the request, he will inform the Brigade Commander of the Service member's unit that the request cannot be supported. The gaining unit commander will coordinate with the Service member to discuss options (i.e. home-schooling).

Once USAG-Y MPD receives approval or disapproval from the screening agencies or Area Garrison Commander, they will coordinate with the EUSA G1 to obtain a Command Sponsorship number and issue orders to the losing installation and gaining unit, informing the Service member of the status of the request. USAG-Y MPD has two working days to process the action.


This information was taken directly from the Camp Red Cloud website. This site also has links to the forms you need to fill out. http://www.2id.korea.army.mil/commandsponsorship/procedures/requests/#outcountry-procedures
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Post  Sheleah on Wed Mar 03, 2010 11:24 pm

For the form DD2792 what needs to be put in the Duty station address since my husband is still in training. Also what goes int he official e-mail address and duty telephone number 1. commercial and 2. DSN?? Thanks!
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Post  Sheleah on Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:13 pm

Mike will be turning in our paperwork today. The battalion commander for 2-9 has to sign off on it still but he's in the field so hopefully that gets done this week. They're telling them that once it gets signed it will only take 2-3 weeks to be approved. Does anyone know how accurate that is? I thought everyone had said it would take a few months.
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