- National Guard
Air National Guard
The Kansas Air National Guard is approximately 2,300 Airmen strong. Headquartered at Forbes Field, Topeka, it has two main units: the 184th Wing, Wichita, and the 190th Air Refueling Wing, Topeka. Additionally, a detachment of the 184th Wing operates Smoky Hill Air National Guard Range, Salina. The Air Component of the Joint Forces Headquarters Kansas provides command and control of Air National Guard resources during state emergencies, interprets United States Air Force and Air National Guard policies, and provides evaluation, issue resolution and action recommendations.
Army National Guard
The Guard answers the call, at home or abroad. The incredible versatility of the National Guard enables its troops to respond to domestic emergencies, combat missions, counterdrug efforts, reconstruction missions and more-all with equal speed, strength and efficiency. Whether the call is coming from the state governor or directly from the president of the United States, Guard Soldiers are always ready and always there. Our citizen soldiers serve their community, state and country.
The Kansas National Guard Joint Forces Headquarters exercises command and/or control over all assigned, attached or operationally aligned forces as a standing Joint Task Force within the geographic confines of the state.
To provide the Adjutant General a continuing assessment of the readiness of units and activities assigned to the Kansas National Guard.
International Affairs Office
In 2003, Kansas and the Republic of Armenia were linked under the National Guard Bureau's State Partnership Program.
Policies / Standard Operating Procedures
Take a look at the Policies and Standard Operating Procedures.
View National Guard resources.
Doing Business with Us
The United State Property and Fiscal Office / J8 (USP&FO) Kansas National Guard receives and accounts for all federal funds and property of the United States in possession of the Kansas National Guard.
Citizen-soldiers began protecting Kansas homes and families when our state was still a territory, leaving farms, businesses and other work places when called to defend the state and nation.