Kansas Adjutant General's Department

 

Kansas Adjutant General's Department

The Adjutant General’s Department synchronizes multi-agency assets utilizing integrated planning; coordinates local, state, and federal resources; and provides equipped, trained and ready Army and Air Forces, rapid emergency management response, and cohesive homeland security capability to protect life and property in our state, and protect national interests from both Kansas and abroad.

Kansas Adjutant General's Department
Strategic Plan for Fiscal years 2019-2024
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Updated Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan

Final Environmental Assessment for the revised Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan, Kansas Training Center

Command Chief Master Sgt. James Brown (left) hands chevrons to an Armenian soldier during a Partnership for Peace visit. Brown has accepted the full-time position as the state command chief master sergeant.
Command Chief Master Sgt. James Brown (left) hands chevrons to an Armenian soldier during a Partnership for Peace visit. Brown has accepted the full-time position as the state command chief master sergeant.
State Command Chief Master Sgt. James Brown hands chevorns to an Armenian soldiers during a partnership for Peaced visit. Brown has resigned his position as chief of police for the cityh of Topeka to become the full-time stagte command chief master sergeant
State Command Chief Master Sgt. James Brown hands chevorns to an Armenian soldiers during a partnership for Peaced visit. Brown has resigned his position as chief of police for the cityh of Topeka to become the full-time stagte command chief master sergeant
Participants in a Kansas National Guard Community Connect event strap themselves into a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter in preparation for an orientation flight around the Lawrence area.
Participants in a Kansas National Guard Community Connect event strap themselves into a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter in preparation for an orientation flight around the Lawrence area.
Soldiers from the 891st Engineer Battalion’s 772nd Engineer Mobility Augmentation Company prepare to move into position June 1, 2019, at the National Training Center in in Fort Irwin, California. The 772nd MAC is one of two Kansas Army National Guard companies supporting the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team’s National Training Center rotation. (Photo by Sgt. Sgt. Mason Cutrer, Idaho Army National Guard)
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers releases water from Tuttle Creek reservoir at a rate of 30,000 cubic feet per second. The USACE was releasing the water to lower the flood pool that was filled to 97 percent capacity due to local heavy rains and storms in the upper Missouri Basin in May.
Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, the adjutant general and director of the Kansas Division of Emergency management, discusses flooding along the Verdigris River with officials from Coffeyville and Montgomery County emergency management. (Photo by Jane Welch, Public Affairs Office).
Sgt. Entyse Puschzuniga, a motor transport operator assigned to 137th Transportation Company, fires an M16 assault rifle surrounded by smoke during the stress fire event during the Region V Best Warrior Competition held at Greenlief Training Site near Hastings, Nebraska, May 15, 2019. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Dakota Helvie, 105th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)
Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli, Kansas adjutant general

Maj. Gen.
Lee Tafanelli

The Adjutant General
of Kansas

Thank you for visiting our website. I am very proud of the many accomplishments of our Adjutant General's Department members. They are dedicated to protecting the lives and property of Kansans under the command of Governor Laura Kelly and defending our nation when the President calls.

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Click here for emergency preparedness information, safety awareness information and general information about severe weather and other potential emergencies that Kansans should be prepared for.

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