Charles “Chip” Luckey joined the firm in 1991 after extended active duty tours with the United States Army as both an Infantry officer and a Judge Advocate. He also remained actively involved in the US Army Reserve. Chip focused his practice in the areas of domestic law, criminal defense, and commercial and environmental litigation.
While Chip remains a shareholder of the firm, he returned to active duty in 2009 as a Major General and served as the Chief of Staff, North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
On June 29th, 2016, Chip was confirmed by the Senate as the 33rd Chief, Army Reserve and Commanding General, US Army Reserve Command. He was sworn into office by the Honorable Eric Fanning, Secretary of the Army, on July 1st. With headquarters at both Fort Belvoir, VA and Fort Bragg, NC, his command includes over 200,000 soldiers and civilians and is spread from Guam and American Samoa to Italy and Germany, with troops forward deployed into Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan, in addition to other operational activities worldwide. His appointment included a promotion to Lieutenant General.