The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is designed to make sure that the Air Force is able to support your family's medical and educational needs.
It is a mandatory enrollment program for all Active Duty Airmen who have a special needs family member.
The Air Force has developed a new online process for this, but please feel free to reach out to your Spangdahlem EFMP office with any questions or concerns.
You can reach us at 452-8137/06565-61-8137 or 452-3107/06565-61-3107.
ATTENTION ALL ACTIVE DUTY MEMBERS!!!
THE PCS PROCESS HAS CHANGED:
Sponsors will be directed to initiate the PCS Clearance application for their EFMP enrolled family members or if they will be traveling to an overseas location. Any dependent over 18 will have to complete their own portion of the application. They will be given a separate link to sign in to complete their documentation. Once all documentation is complete, sponsors will submit the application for review. *Please note: If there are any discrepancies with the application, a ticket will have to be submitted to AFPC by the EFMP office to have the application removed and a new one initiated*
Once your PCS application is submitted, it goes through different levels before you receive your clearance for PCS: *The majority of the review is done with the Central Cell at AFPC*
Once a final determination is made by the gaining location, the sponsor will be notified via email of their clearance. AFPC no longer provides approved AF Form 1466s. Please keep a copy of the email from AFPC for your Outbound Assignment counselor. They should not ask you for an AF Form 1466 unless you are undergoing the Command Sponsorship process.
** IF YOU ARE NOT CLEARED FOR YOUR NEXT ASSIGNMENT, AN ASSIGNMENT NAVIGATOR FROM AFPC WILL REACH OUT TO THE SPONSOR WITHIN 3-5 DUTY DAYS WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR REASSIGNMENT**