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DA Form 5305-R, Family Care Plan, is the form on which the Soldier explains and documents the specific measures he has taken to ensure that his family is cared for during his absence.
Certain members of the Armed Forces are required to have a Family Care Plan. A single parent with custody of children who are 19 years of age or younger. A single service member who is pregnant. Military couples with custody of children who are 19 years of age or younger.
This section is to be filled with the following information: the name of the notary public and surname, the date the POA is witnessed and acknowledged, the state and the county where the POA is being witnessed, the signature of the notary public, and the date the notary public commission expires.
Soldiers are given 30 days from the date of counseling to complete a Family Care Plan, but they may be given an additional 30 days depending on the circumstances. A Soldier is considered non-deployable until a Family Care Plan is validated and approved by the commander.
The purpose of this Family Care Plan is to provide specific guidance for the care and support of my dependent(s) in my absence due to expected short-term or long-term separation/deployment/incapacitation of myself or my designated caregiver(s).
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DA Form 5305-R, Family Care Plan, is the form on which the Soldier explains and documents the specific measures he has taken to ensure that his family is cared for during his absence.
DA Form 5305, Family Care Plan, is a form for military members unable to provide care for their families and seeking assistance and substitution while they are on active duty.
Soldiers and respective Commanders must sign and annually recertify that the Family Care Plan remains valid. Recertification slots for the Soldier and Commander are below the initial full signature block. 4 DA Form 5840 Certificate of Acceptance as Guardian or Escort: Make copies of this document only one is provided.
Soldiers and respective Commanders must sign and annually recertify that the Family Care Plan remains valid. Recertification slots for the Soldier and Commander are below the initial full signature block. 4 DA Form 5840 Certificate of Acceptance as Guardian or Escort: Make copies of this document only one is provided.
In the Army's specific case, not filing a family care plan ahead of one of these situations can have negative consequences including possibly being considered ineligible for deployment, TDY, or PCS. Soldiers can be involuntarily separated from military service for failing to create a family care plan as required.

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