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The Smoky Hill Open House is currently scheduled for August 2023.
More info to come as we get closer to the event date.

 

 

Welcome to the 184th Wing,

Kansas Air National Guard!

Home of the Fighting Jayhawks.

The 184th Wing is located at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita. We employ about 1,300 Air National Guardsmen, most of whom are part-time and serve one weekend per month.

Our Airmen are highly-trained professionals who add value to the military through their civilian expertise.

Our Airmen are also local public servants, local business owners, local employees, and local tradesmen. They’re extremely invested in serving you.

 

 

We’re Here to Serve You

The Air National Guard is unique compared to other military services because we carry out several overarching missions. These include our federal mission, state mission, and community support.

 

  • Federal Mission – Serving a Nation at War
  • State Mission – Helping Neighbors in Crisis
  • Community Support – Serving Wichita and the Surrounding Area

 

Click below to learn more.

 

ABOUT US   |   MISSIONS   |   GROUPS & SQUADRONS

 

 

Need assistance? The numbers below will direct you to the offices that can help.

 

Local Information

Recruiting - 316-759-7424

 

Mailing Address:

52960 Jayhawk Dr.
McConnell AFB, KS 67221

 

Wichita Area Code – 316

Comm. Prefix – 759-XXXX

DSN Prefix – 743-XXXX

 

McConnell Operator
759-6100

22nd Medical Group
759-6300

 

Weather Line
1-800-892-526

 Update your ID - 759-7431

 

Essential Numbers

 

184th Command Post
759-7070

184th Force Support Sq.
759-7431

184th Comptroller Flight
759-7068

184th Sec. Forces Sq.
759-7445

184th Medical Group
759-7380

184th Public Affairs
759-7561

Family Support Office
759-7092

Director of Psych. Health
759-8901

Sexual Assault Helpline
759-7011

 

Click here to Submit a Noise Complaint Form for Smoky Hill ANG Range 

 

Get the Latest Updates

Click the links below to read our most recent articles.

  • Commander's Comments: Col Jason Knobbe, August 2020

    Fighting Jayhawks, It’s been a short period between the July and August drills, but let me assure you that your fellow Guardsmen have been busy. Here’s a brief overview of the extraordinary work that was done over the past month. The 184th Civil Engineer Squadron worked with the U.S. Army Corps of

  • 184th Force Support members support thousands, one meal at a time

    The late Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte is credited with creating the motto, "An army marches on its stomach." However, it was the endless number of military and civilian cooks who, throughout the centuries, put those words into action. Many services personnel from different armed forces continue the

  • JTACs hone skills, tactics in joint total force exercise

    They don't typically dress like us, train with us, or deploy with us, but they are a part of the newest mission in our Wing."They" are the men who deliver air assets to ground troops under duress: joint terminal attack controllers (JTACs for short) and they comprise the operating segment of the

  • Blood, sweat and cheers

    Hats off to the Jayhawks who donated blood at the 184th Intelligence Wing blood drive held July 30.Twenty-seven pints of blood were donated to the American Red Cross for use in future trauma situations. Donors crowded the Bloodmobile from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., braving the heat to help save a life."I

How to Join the Kansas Air National Guard

How to Join the Kansas Air National Guard

The first step in joining the 184th Wing is to contact a recruiter. You can reach them at 316-759-7424 or stop by their office at 2626 S. Rock Rd., Wichita, Kansas, 67210. 

Or, you can click here to fill out a contact form.

If you've never served in the military before, you must be between the ages of 17 and 39, pass a pre-screening interview, then participate in a written and physical exam to start. Qualified individuals will then go through a skill selection process, swear an Oath of Enlistment, attend a drill weekend, attend Basic Military Training and attend tech school.

If you have previous military experience the process may be a little different. For example, prior service recruits may be exempt from basic training and tech school. Please ask your recruiter for details.

 

 

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