Reassignments: The goal of the personnel assignment system is to place the right Soldier in the right job at the right time. AR 614–100 and AR 614–200 provide overviews of the personnel assignment system. Department of the Army (DA) directed enlisted reassignments are in accordance with guidance contained in AR 614–200 and AR 614–30. DA directed officer reassignments are in accordance with guidance contained in AR 614–100. The personnel reassignment process ensures that the eligibility of Soldiers who receive AI is verified, that travel assistance is provided, that Soldiers are prepared for movement, and that their departure is verified. Reassignment processing begins upon receipt of AI, and ends with the issuance of PCS orders in accordance with AR 600–8–105.
Reassignment team processes the following orders:
- PCS orders (including amendment and revocations)
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Travel orders
- IPCOT (In Place Consecutive Overseas Tour) / ITT (Intra-Theater Transfer) orders
(FOR SOLDIERS DOING ANOTHER TOUR IN KOREA)
- SRU (Soldier Recovery Unit) orders
- Involuntary Excess Leave orders
- TCS (deployment) orders
- Casualty orders
- Confinement orders
You have been notified that you are on assignment, how do you get your PCS Orders?
STEP 1. INSTALLATION LEVY BRIEF SLIDES
*After viewing the levy briefing, you have 30 days to gather and submit all required documents.
STEP 2: BEGIN WORKING ON FAMILY TRAVEL/OCONUS DOCUMENTS (IF APPLICABLE). SUBMIT FAMILY TRAVEL DOCUMENTS (DA FORMS 5121, 4787, 5888, 2792 / 2792-1, SEXUAL OFFENDER DECLARATION MEMO AND REGIONAL HEALTH COMMAND MEMO (IF APPLICABLE) IMMEDIATELY UPON COMPLETION. ALL OTHER OCONUS DOCUMENTS, ARE TO BE SUMBITTED WITH YOUR LEVY PACKET.
- CLICK: DA FORM 31
- CLICK: DA FORM 4036
- CLICK: DA FORM 4787
- CLICK: DA FORM 5121
- CLICK: DA FORM 5888
- CLICK: DD FORM 2792
- CLICK: DD FORM 2792-1
- CLICK: SEXUAL OFFENDER DECLARATION MEMORANDUM
- CLICK: DA FORM REGIONAL HEALTH EUROPE
STEP 3: COMPLETE THE REASSIGNMENT CHECKLIST AND GATHER APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
Note: The DA Form 5118 is provided by the Military Personnel Division Reassignment Work Center to your S1.
*Ensure that you let us know if anything has changed in regards to your dependency status i.e. married or divorced after departing previous unit or during your current tour in Korea
STEP 4: SUBMIT COMPLETE REASSIGNMENT PACKET WITH ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO YOUR S1
*Incomplete packets will only delay the receipt of your orders.
Once your reassignment packet has been received by MPD, it will be worked in the order received. We have 10 days from the receipt of your packet to produce your orders. Again, an incomplete/inaccurate packet will only delay the receipt of your orders. We will review your reassignment packet when we begin to prepare your orders. Any incomplete packets will be returned at that time, thus delaying the process.
YOU RECEIVED YOUR PCS ORDERS, WHAT IS NEXT?
First, please verify that your PCS orders are correct. Are you dependents listed if Command sponsored or going to another OCONUS assignment? If married or you have dependents and you are going CONUS if there a city, state and zip code of your dependents location on your orders?
If any changes are needed to your PCS Orders, you will require an amendment. Please submit a copy of your orders along with the documents to support the requested changes to your S1. If you are recently married (during this tour) please provide a DD Form 1172.
Please note that if you are going FROM, THROUGH or TO a restricted area a waiver will be required at your final out. Please ensure that you get with your S1 to determine if a waiver is required and if so that they are processing it.
Out-Processing / Final Out-Processing
Installation and unit clearance papers can be picked from your S1 10 duty days prior to your DEROS/AVAL date.
Final out-processing can be conducted Monday through Friday from 0800-1600 hours up to 3 duty days prior to your flight. Please note that we are closed on Federal Holidays.
All personnel conducting official international travel to or from the United States are required to have proof of a negative COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours of departure. If the destination location requires a specific test or test timing, personnel must follow the destination location requirement instead. Personnel can reference the electronic clearance guide at https://www.fcg.pentagon.mil/fcg.cfm for additional travel information.