Kansas Adjutant General's Department
235th Regiment


235th Regiment's Mission

Provide training oversight, quality assurance, scheduling and accreditation management for aligned units nationally. Provide resource management and other services as required to train soldiers and units. On order, provide support to critical state and civil support missions. Maintain a cadre of ready and relevant role models.

Command Leadership and Unit Structure

The 235th Regiment is commanded by Col. Thomas Powers. The senior noncommissioned officer is Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Anderson.

The unit is composed of the following;

- 1st Battalion, 235th, Officer Candidate School and Warrant Officer School

- 2nd Battalion 235th, Modular Training

- Noncommissioned Officer Education System

- Combat Arms Military Occupational Specialty

- Regional Training Site - Maintenance

- 3rd Battalion, 235th, Quartermaster

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Recent Unit Highlights

235th Regiment unit crest

The 235th Regiment completed the final phase of the 2014 accreditation process on July 10. The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command conducted the accreditation over a four-day period. The regiment replicated the success of the 2011 accreditation by earning the “Institute of Excellence” rating. This year’s accreditation resulted in an unprecedented 100 percent rating, distinguishing the 235th Regiment, Kansas Regional Training Institute, as one of the best among the other 54 regional training institutes nationally.

In June, 1st Battalion conducted Consolidated OCS Phase I training for 104 Officer Candidates in Salina from six state companies with 90 graduates. Training support included more than 100 staff and cadre from throughout the six-state battalion and Fort Riley medical professionals. OCS Class 58 graduated 14 traditional and three accelerated Kansas Officer Candidates in August followed by WOCS Class 14-001 graduating nine Warrant Officer Candidates in September.

The Regional Training Site - Maintenance trained military members in ordnance military occupational specialties, additional skill identifiers and noncommissioned officer courses. The RTS-M conducted 59 classes and graduated 431 students from the National Guard, Army Reserve, Active Army, Marine Corps and Air Force. The RTSM was recognized as an Institution of Excellence, providing relevant training consistent with the Army’s Learning Model.



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