The 6th Military Police Group (CID) is headquartered at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. The Group is comprised of three battalion headquarters located at Fort Hood, Texas, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.
The 6th Military Police Group (CID) conducts criminal investigations of serious, sensitive, or special interest matters to support commanders and preserve the Army’s resources in peacetime, combat, and contingency operations throughout the area of operation. Provide trained and ready units and/or personnel in support of CID operations in Afghanistan Theater of Operations and Kuwait Theater of Operations. Execute tactical control responsibilities for Title 10 investigations and investigative support operations and administrative controlresponsibilities for all operations for the deployed Afghanistan Theater of Operations battalion.
A native of Bennington, Vermont, Colonel Sarah K. Albrycht entered the United States Army and was commissioned through the Reserve Officer Training Corps as a Distinguished Military Graduate from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1995. She received her Masters of Policy Management from Georgetown University in 2006 and her Masters of National Strategy from National War College in 2017.
After completing the Military Police Officer Basic Course at Fort McClellan, Alabama, she served as a Platoon Leader in the 552nd Military Police Company, Pusan, Korea (November 1995 to February 1997), Platoon Leader in the 982nd Military Police Company, then Assistant Operations Officer, 759th Military Police Battalion, Fort Carson, Colorado (February 1997- December 1998). Upon completion of the Military Police Officer Advanced Course, she deployed to Port-au-Prince, Haiti to serve as Provost Marshal, United States Support Group- Haiti (August 1999- Feburary 2000). She returned to Fort Bragg, North Carolina to serve as the Assistant Operations Officer, then Adjutant for the 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne) (February 2000- April 2001). Colonel Albrycht took command of the 65th Military Police Company (Airborne) in April 2001 and deployed to Uzbekistan and Afghanistan in November 2001 as the first MP company deployed in support of OEF. She was the Plans Officer for 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne) until selected for the Office of the Secretary of Defense/Joint Chiefs of Staff Intern Program in May of 2003. She served as the Junior Military Assistant for the Honorable Dr. David S.C. Chu, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (May 2003-May 2004) and as a Strategic Planner for the Army Provost Marshal General (May 2004-May 2005) before completing the OSD/JCS Intern Program at Georgetown University (May 2005-May 2006). She was selected to attend the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas from May 2006-May 2007. She became the Operations Officer, then Executive Officer for the 709th Military Police Battalion, Grafenwoher, Germany (June 2007-May 2010) and deployed again to Afghanistan. Upon her return in May of 2010, she was assigned to as the J34, Assessments Deputy Branch Chief, United States Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado where she provided expertise on and analysis of Defense Critical Infrastructure. Sarah was selected to serve as a battalion commander of the 5th Military Police Battalion (Criminal Investigations) in Kaiserslautern Germany from June 2012- June 2014. Her most recent assignment was to the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army, Senior Leader Division where she was the Operations Officer and Military Police Human Resource Manager for Colonel’s Management.
Colonel Albrycht was deployed to Haiti in support of Operation Uphold Democracy from August 1999- Feburary 2000, to Uzbekistan and Afghanistan from November 2001-August 2002 and to Afghanistan from Feburary 2009- March 2010 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Colonel Albrycht’s awards and decorations include the two Bronze Star Medals, one Defense Meritorious Service Medal, five Meritorious Service Medals, two Joint Commendation Medals, four Army Commendation Medals, the Army Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Superior Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Afghan Campaign Ribbon with four campaign stars, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon with Numeral Three, and NATO Service Medal. She is a Senior Rated Jumpmaster.
Command Sergeant Major Arthur R. Williams was born in Tampa, Florida, and entered the Army in July 1988. He attended One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and graduated as a 13B Field Artillery Cannon Crew Member. In 1994, he entered the Criminal Investigation On-Job-Training Program, then became a 31B Military Policeman. In 1999, he completed the CID Special Agent Program (CIDSAC) course.
CSM Williams’ career assignments include USACIDC Inspector General Sergeant Major, Group Operations NCOIC, Evidence Management Certification Course Instructor, Criminal Intelligence NCO, Economic Crimes Team Chief, Detachment Sergeant, Evidence Custodian, MP Desk Sergeant, MP Team Leader, Personnel Control Facility Operations Sergeant, Unit Supply Sergeant, and Cannon Crew Member.
CSM Williams’ stateside assignments include Quantico, Virginia; Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia; Fort Gillem, Georgia; Fort Stewart, Georgia; MacDill Air Force Base, Florida; Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and Fort Sill, Oklahoma. His overseas assignments and deployments include Hanau, Germany; Camp Casey, Korea; Marshal Kaserne, Germany; Bad Kreuznach, Germany and Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. CSM Williams is a combat veteran of both Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
CSM Williams’ military and civilian education includes the U.S. Army Sergeants Majors Academy, Nonresident Course Class #39; CIDSAC Course; Crisis and Hostage Negotiations Course; Antiterrorism Program Manager and Advisor Course; Advance Crime Scene Investigative Techniques Course; Counter Drug Investigations Course; Arson Scene Search Course; Conventional Physical Security/Crime Prevention Course; Canadian Police College-Major Crime Investigative Techniques Course; Evidence Management Certification Course and the Army Inspector General Course (Honor Graduate). CSM Williams is pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Park University.
CSM Williams’ awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (3 OLC), the Army Commendation Medal (1 SOLC), the Army Achievement Medal (6 OLC), Meritorious Unit Commendation (1 OLC), the Army Good Conduct Medal (8th Award), National Defense Service Medal (Bronze Star), the Kosovo Campaign Medal (Bronze Star), the Iraq Campaign Medal, the Afghanistan Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Korea Defense Service Medal, the Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon (Numeric 3), the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeric 3), the NATO Kosovo Medal, and the German Schutzenschnur Badge (Silver).
Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Albaugh was born and raised in Skokie, Illinois. He was a 1987 graduate of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois with a degree in Criminal Justice. In May of 1987 he enlisted in the US Army Military Police Corps. After serving as a Military Policeman with the 108th Military Police Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, he graduated from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIDC) Special Agent Course in October of 1989. In December of 1994, he completed Warrant Officer Candidate School and became a US Army Warrant Officer.
His assignments include Drug Suppression Team Chief, Fort Sheridan, Illinois; Economic Crimes Team Chief, Schweinfurt, Germany; Personal Security Officer to the SACEUR, SHAPE, Belgium; General Crimes Team Chief and Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge, Ansbach, Germany; Protective Service Officer to the Task Force Eagle Commander, Tuzla, Bosnia; Special Agent-in-Charge, 286th Military Police Detachment, Bamberg, Germany; Detachment Commander, 280th Military Police Detachment (CID), Fort Knox, Kentucky; Assistant Group Operations Officer, 3rd Military Police Group (CID) (FWD), Baghdad, Iraq; Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Support for Agent Development, HQ, USACIDC, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Senior Warrant Officer, Standards of Conduct Office, HQ, USACIDC, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Operations Officer, 1001st Military Police Battalion (CID), Fort Riley, Kansas; Senior Warrant Officer, HQ USACIDC Inspector General Team; Regimental Chief Warrant Officer of the Military Police Corps Regiment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. CW5 Albaugh currently serves as the Investigative Operations Officer, 6th Military Police Group (CID), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Albaugh is a graduate of the US Army Warrant Officer Candidate School, the CID Warrant Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, and the US Army Warrant Officer Staff and Senior Staff Courses. Additionally, he completed numerous military and civilian schools and courses throughout his career to include the Mercedes-Benz Anti Terrorism/Evasive Driving Course, Stuttgart, Germany; the Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), Protective Services Training Course, Meckenheim, Germany; the National Fire Academy Fire/Arson Course, Emmetsburg, Maryland; The Defense Distribution Management Course, Fort Belvoir, Va.; the Canadian Police College, Ottawa, Canada; the 226th Session of the FBI National Academy, Quantico, Virginia; all USAMPS Special Agent Core courses and the U.S. Army Inspector General course.
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Albaugh has received numerous awards and decorations recognizing his achievements, deployments, and training to include the Legion of Merit; Bronze Star Medal; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal (5); Army Commendation Medal (2); Joint Service Achievement Medal (2); Army Achievement Medal (2); Joint Meritorious Unit Award; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Army Good Conduct Medal (3); National Defense Service Medal; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; South West Asia Service Medal; Iraqi Campaign Medal; Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals; Armed Forces Service Medal; NCO Professional Development Ribbon (2); Army Service Ribbon; Overseas Service Ribbon (5); NATO Medal; Kuwait Liberation Medal; the Air Force Security Police Badge, the Army Parachute Badge, and the Military Police Corps Order of the Marechaussee in Bronze.
The 11th Military Police Battalion (CID) supports commanders and conducts criminal investigations of serious, sensitive, or special incidents in order to bring criminals to justice, prevent crime, and preserve the force and Army resources during peacetime, combat operations, and other contingency operations throughout the Battalion’s designated area of responsibility - Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma or their designated areas of responsibility when deployed in support of overseas contingency operations.
Fort Bliss CID Office
BLDG 13, Pershing Street
Fort Bliss, TX 79906-0350
Fort Huachuca CID Office
108 S. Johnson St.
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613
Fort Hood CID Office
BLDG 2200, Support Ave
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Fort Sill CID Office
90th Military Police Detachment (CID)
2635 Miner Road
Fort Sill, OK 73505
Joint Base San Antonio CID Office
Fort Sam Houston CID Office
2164 Wilson Way, BLDG 268, STE 59
Joint Base San Antonio
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-5039
The mission of the 19th Military Police Battalion (CID) is to provide criminal investigative services to the United States Army within the Pacific Rim geographical area of responsibility including the state of Alaska, Hawaii, South Korea, Japan, and Okinawa. On order, deploy individuals or detachments in support of contingency operations.
Fort Wainwright CID Office
Unit#12 BLDG#1051 Gaffney Road
Fort Wainwright AK, 99703
DSN: (317) 353-6214
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson CID Office
83rd MP Detachment CID)
1107 Doe Street
JBER AK, 99505
DSN: (317) 644-4188
102nd Military Police Detachment (CID)
1314 Lyman Road
Schofield Barracks HI, 96857
Camp Zama Japan CID Office (CID018)
APO AP 96343-5006
DSN: (315) 263-5682
Torii Station Okinawa CID Office (CID028)
APO AP 96376-5139
DSN: (315) 644-4188
Korea Field Office (KFO)
KFO (CID), 19th MP BN (CID)
Bldg# 1112, CP Coiner
Unit # 15304
APO AP 96205-5304
DSN: (315) 723-4550
Camp Humphreys CID Office (CID138)
Humphreys (CID) Office, 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# 481, CP Humphreys
APO AP 96271-5224
DSN: (315) 753-6155
Camp Red Cloud CID Office (CID338)
CRC CID Office, 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# S-323, CP Red Cloud
Unit # 15352
APO AP 96258-5352
DSN: (315) 732-6749
Camp Casey CID Office (CID838)
Casey CID Office, 21st MP Detachment(CID)
Bldg# S-2533, CP Casey
APO AP 96224-5115
DSN: (315) 730-4239
Camp Carroll CID Office (CID538)
Carroll CID Office 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# S-267, CP Carroll
APO AP 96260-5385
DSN: (315) 765-7442
Daegu CID Office (CID438)
Taegu CID Office, 20th MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg# S-1131, CP Henry
APO AP 96218-5020
DSN: (315) 768-8199
Yongsan CID Office (CID038)
Yongsan CID Office 21st MP Detachment (CID)
Bldg-S112, CP Coiner
APO AP 96205-5305
DSN (315) 724-3512
The 22nd Military Police Battalion (CID) conducts criminal investigations of serious, sensitive, or special interest matters to support commanders and preserve the Army's resources in combat, peacetime, and contingency operations throughout the Battalion's area of responsibility. On order, deploys trained and ready units and personnel to provide commanders worldwide, with timely and thorough investigative services.
Fort Carson CID Office
6525 Specker Ave
Fort Carson, CO 80913
Fort Irwin CID Office
BLDG 986 Inner Loop Road
P.O. Box 105077
Fort Irwin, CA 92310
Fort Leavenworth CID Office
78th MP Detachment (CID)
Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027
Fort Riley CID Office
403 Holbrook Avenue
Fort Riley, KS 66442
Joint Base Lewis-McChord CID Office
5183 N. Division Street
PO Box 339500, Mail Stop 84C
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433
Presidio of Monterey CID Office
4468 Gipling Road
Persidio of Monterey, CA 93944