Air National Guardsmen have deep connections to their communities, and the 184th Intelligence Wing is strongly connected to the Greater Wichita Area. Many of our Guardsmen were born and raised in Kansas which strengthens the ties to our state. It's an honor to serve our communities.
Examples of our community support include interacting with local high schools, nonprofit organizations, chambers of commerce and other civic influencers. We partner with colleges such as Wichita State University, Kansas State University, Kansas University, Friends University, Butler Community College, and Southwestern Community College, just to name a few. Many of our Airmen are members of local councils, committees and associations.
The 184th Intelligence Wing is always looking for ways to support the local community. As part of its ongoing efforts, the unit offers the following support programs.
Base Tours and Unit Mission Briefs
If your organization is interested in learning more about the 184th Intelligence Wing then we'd be happy to show you around. We employ some of the best Air National Guardsmen in the United States who carry out vital missions that impact world-wide operations. Missions include cyberspace operations, network enterprise security, network and base intrusion, and battlespace air control. Support functions include civil engineering, base security, food services and medical. Our Airmen give us a lot to brag about!
Restrictions apply to base tours and coordination is required.
Information Technology and Security-Based Classes
The 184th IW is a cyber-based military unit that employs a wide spectrum of experienced IT and cyber-security professionals and students. Let us build a class tailored to your needs.
ASVAB Interpretation / Find Your Interest
This program will help students find a civilian career based on the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, as well as the online Find Your Interest program. Combining the results of both tests helps students find a career that matches their aptitude and their interests. The ASVAB must be completed prior to our assistance.
4 Lenses Training
Learn how to interact with different temperaments based on the Meyers-Briggs personality inventory and training. This class is recommended for high school juniors, seniors and staff members. Although the 184th IW can facilitate the class, the requesting school must provide testing material found at Shipley.com. Thirty people are required; class length is approximately three hours.
Community Based Projects
Many members of the 184th IW hold full-time jobs in the construction industry. Others just want to help where they can whether its building playgrounds, community clean-up efforts or delivering food to shelters. Air Guardsmen are committed to service and adhere to strict safety practices. Stipulations apply and not all projects will be selected.
The recruiters assigned to the 184th IW attend career fairs throughout the year. Please contact us if your school or business is hosting a career fair.
Honor Guard Events
The 184th IW’s Honor Guard provides various ceremonial flag presentations for community events including sports games, civic celebrations and holiday observances.
Contact the wing's executive officer at 316-759-7004 for more information about any of these opportunities.