Jayhawk Flyer

The official news outlet of the 184th Wing


  • 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