Major General Donna W. Martin

The Provost Marshal General of the Army, Commanding General U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command

MG MartinMajor General Donna W. Martin is a native of Yorktown, Virginia. She graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. She was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Military Police Corps in 1988. MG Martin earned a Master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.

MG Martin has served in every staff position from Battalion to Combatant Command (United States Pacific Command). In 2006, MG Martin was selected to command the 385th Military Police Battalion (Dragoons) at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The Battalion Headquarters deployed to Afghanistan from 2006-2008 providing command and control to seven Military Police units and a National Guard Field Artillery Battery. After command, MG Martin remained at Fort Stewart to serve as the Inspector General of the 3rd Infantry Division and deployed to Iraq in October 2009.

MG Martin has commanded twice at brigade level. She commanded the 202nd Military Police Group (Criminal Investigation Division) at Kaiserslautern, Germany, from July 2011 until May 2013. In June 2013, she assumed command of the Rear Detachment of the 18th Military Police Brigade. In June 2014, MG Martin reported for duty as the Chief of Investigations, HQDA Inspector General Agency. From March 2015 until June 2017, MG Martin assumed duties as the Deputy Commanding General, United States Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky. From June 2017 to August 2018, MG Martin also served as the Chief of the Military Police Corps Regiment and Commandant of the Military Police School. In August 2018, MG Martin assumed command of the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

MG Martin’s military awards include: Legion of Merit w/1 OLC; Bronze Star Medal w/1 OLC; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Meritorious Service Medal w/4 OLC; Army Commendation Medal w/4 OLC; and an Army Achievement Medal.

Brigadier General Duane R. Miller

Deputy Provost Marshal General/Deputy Commanding General USACIDC and Commanding General, Army Corrections Command

BG MillerBrigadier General Miller was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in 1992 after serving as an enlisted Soldier in the 18th MP Brigade; the Supreme Allied Commander Europe Security Detachment/CID, Belgium; and the 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania Army National Guard.

BG Miller’s key command and leadership assignments include: Chief of Staff, Senior Fellow to the Atlantic Council and the HQDA Lead Integrator for the Long Range Precision Fires Cross Functional Team, Washington D.C.; Commander, 8th MP Brigade and Director of Emergency Services, USARPAC, Hawaii; Senior Advisor to the Minister of Interior, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Resolute Support; Executive Officer to the Provost Marshal General, and Commanding General, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency & Army Corrections Command; Commander, 95th MP Battalion, Germany; Force Development Integrator and Executive Officer to the G3/5/7, Army Staff, HQDA; Operations and Executive Officer, 793d MP Battalion, Germany, including service in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; Company Commander and Platoon Leader for the 25th MP Battalion, Hawaii.

BG Miller's military education and professional associations include: Basic Training/AIT through Command & General Staff College and USMC War College. Civilian education achievements include: A.A. in Criminal Justice from Harrisburg Area Community College; B.S. in Business Administration (Accounting) from Duquesne University, M.B.A. from Syracuse University/Army Comptroller Program; Masters of Strategic Studies from USMC War College.

BG Miller’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit; Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal (2 OLC); Meritorious Service Medal (3 OLC); Joint and NATO Service Medals; Defense, Expeditionary and Humanitarian Service-Medals; Iraq and Afghanistan Campaign Medals; Ranger Tab; Combat Action, Air Assault and Airborne Badges, along with the Order of the Marechaussee (Silver) for achievement and service within the U.S. Army Military Police Regiment.

Colonel Shannon-Mikal Lucas

Deputy Commanding Officer

COL LucasColonel Shannon-Mikal Lucas hails from Akron, Ohio. A 1995 Distinguished Military Graduate from the Virginia Military Institute, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Economics. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as Second Lieutenant with assignment to the Military Police Corps.

Colonel Shannon-Mikal Lucas’ previous assignments include Platoon Leader and Executive Officer, 3/300th Military Police Company, Fort Riley, KS; Battalion S3, Law Enforcement Command, Fort Riley, KS; Company Commander, 511th MP Company, Fort Drum, NY; USFK Plans/Operations Officer, Yongsan, Korea; Brigade S3, Military Police Brigade-Hawaii; Assistant Task Force S3 for Plans and Operations, Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan; Rear Detachment Battalion Commander, 759th Military Police Battalion (Provisional); DES/Installation Provost Marshal, Fort Carson, CO; Battalion S3, 759th Military Police Battalion, Fort Carson, CO; Battalion Executive Officer, Task Force Sentinel, 759th Military Police Battalion, Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan; Deputy Provost Marshal and Deputy Protection Chief, Contingency Command Post (CCP), USARPAC, Fort Shafter, HI; Commander, 19th Military Police Battalion (CID), Schofield Barracks, HI; Commander Task Force Koa Maka’i [19th MP BN (CID)], Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan; Chief, Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG), Office of the Provost Marshal General (OPMG); Dual-hatted as the Director, Operational Protection Directorate / ASCC Provost Marshal, USARPAC, Fort Shafter, HI; Commander, 8th Military Police Brigade and U.S. Army-Hawaii Director of Emergency Services, Schofield Barracks, HI; Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region (JFHQ-NCR) / Military District of Washington (MDW) Provost Marshal / Protection Director; The U.S. Army Deputy Provost Marshal General (DPMG), Pentagon. He currently serves as the Deputy Commanding Officer, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIDC), Quantico, VA.

Colonel Lucas has a Master of Science Degree in National Resource Strategy from the Eisenhower School, National Defense University; a Masters of Military Operational Arts and Science from the Air Command and Staff College; and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business/Economics from the Virginia Military Institute.

His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (2 OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (6 OLC), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal (1 OLC), Army Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal (1 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (5 OLC), National Defense Service Medal (1 BS), Afghanistan Campaign Medal (1 BS), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea National Defense Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Combat Action Badge, Airborne Badge, and the German Armed Forces Efficiency Badge (Gold).

Chief Warrant Officer Five Joel E. Fitz

Command Chief Warrant Officer

CCWO FitzChief Warrant Officer Five Fitz is a native of Waynesboro, Penn. He enlisted in the Army on 28 March 1983 and attended Military Police One Station Unit Training at Fort McClellan, Ala., in July of the same year.

After serving an initial three year enlistment, CW5 Fitz left active duty to pursue civilian employment in the home building industry. During this time he served in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as a Cannon Crewmember and later in the U.S. Army Reserve as a Carpenter/Mason. In January 1993, CW5 Fitz re-entered active duty as a Military Police Soldier and served two years in Korea as a Military Police Investigator assigned to the Camp Carroll CID Office.

CW5 Fitz attended CID Special Agent training in July 1995 and after completion was assigned to the Fort Polk CID Office, Fort Polk, La. In February 1999, CW5 Fitz attended the Warrant Officer Candidate Course at Fort Rucker, Ala., and was subsequently assigned to the 76th MP Detachment (CID), Camp Walker, Korea.

CW5 Fitz’s subsequent assignments include Special Agent-in-Charge of the Camp Carroll CID Office; Team Chief at the Rock Island Arsenal CID Office; Special Agent-in-Charge of the Uzbekistan CID Office; Commander and Special Agent-in-Charge of the 12th MP Detachment (CID), Fort Eustis, Va.; Special Agent-in-Charge of the Carlisle Barracks CID Office; Assistant Operations Officer, 22nd MP Battalion (CID), Camp Victory, Iraq; Officer-in-Charge of Joint Expeditionary Forensic Facility 4, Camp Speicher, Iraq; Senior Technical Inspector, Office of the Inspector General, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, Quantico, Va.; and Investigative Operations Officer, 22nd MP Battalion (CID), Joint Base Lewis McChord, Wash. CW5 Fitz’s last assignment was the Fifth Regimental Chief Warrant Officer, U.S. Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, Miss.

CW5 Fitz is a graduate of the Warrant Officer Staff and Senior Staff Courses, and has attended the U.S. Army War College Senior Leader Seminar. His technical training includes Child Abuse Prevention and Investigation Techniques, Protective Services, Advanced Fraud, Hostage Negotiation, Antiterrorism and Police Intelligence Management, Fire Arson Investigation, Advanced Homicide Investigation, Advanced Crime Scene Processing, and the U.S. Army Inspector General School.

CW5 Fitz holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration from Upper Iowa University, a Masters Degree in Management from Troy University, and a Master of Forensic Science Degree from National University. CW5 Fitz is also a graduate of the National Forensic Academy, University of Tennessee.

His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (1OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (3OLC), Army Commendation Medal (3OLC), Army Achievement Medal (3OLC), Meritorious Unit Commendation, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, NATO Medal, and the Korean Defense Service Medal.

Command Sergeant Major James W. Breckinridge

Command Sergeant Major

CSM BreckinridgeCommand Sergeant Major James W. Breckinridge is a native of El Paso, Texas. He entered the United States Army on 9 August 1989 and completed One-Station Unit Training at Fort McClellan, Alabama. CSM Breckinridge assumed his position as Command Sergeant Major for the Criminal Investigation Command in September of 2020. His most recent assignments include 40th MP BN (I/R), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; 95th MP BN, Sembach, Germany; 21st Theater Sustainment Command, Panzer Kaserne; 18th MP Brigade, Grafenwoehr, Germany, the U.S. Army Military Police School, and the Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

His duty positions have included: Gunner, Driver, Team Leader, Training Noncommissioned Officer, Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, numerous positions at the battalion and brigade level, Company Tactical Operations Sergeant, First Sergeant, S-3 Operations Command Sergeant Major, Battalion Command Sergeant Major, Secretary of the General Staff, Brigade Command Sergeant Major, and Regimental Command Sergeant Major. His last duty position was as the Maneuver Center of Excellence Command Sergeant Major.

Command Sergeant Major Breckinridge’s military education includes Basic Leader Course, Advanced Leader Course (Commandants Award), Senior Leader Course (Commandants Award), Air Assault School, United States Army Battle Staff Course (Commandants Award), First Sergeant Course, Sergeant Major Army Force Management Course, the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (Class 59) (Commandants Award), NATO Command Senior Enlisted Leader Course, and the Nominative Leader Course. He has completed his associates of applied science degree in criminal justice from Central Texas College and is currently enrolled at Troy University seeking a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice.

His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (3rd award), Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (5th award), Army Commendation Medal (6th award), Army Achievement Medal (3d award), Joint Meritorious Unit Award (2d award), Army Superior Unit Award (2d award), Meritorious Unit Commendation (2d award), Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Citation, Army Good Conduct Medal (10th award), National Defense Service Medal (2d award), Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal (3d award), Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (6th award), Iraqi Campaign Medal (2d bronze service star), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon (9th Award), Army Service Ribbon, and the Air Assault Badge. He is also a MG Aubrey “Red” Newman Award Winner, a member of the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, and Recipient of the MP Corps Regiment's Order of the Marechaussee (Silver).