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.

Senior leadership of the Kansas National Guard, along with the Armenian Minister of Defense and other representatives of the Republic of Armenia watch as Gov. Laura Kelly signs a proclamation designating Sept. 7 as Kansas-Armenia Partnership Day. Newly commissioned second lieutenants pose for a class photo following their graduation Aug. 20 from 235th Regiment's Officer Candidate School in Salina.
Gov. Laura Kelly presented awards to four Kansas National Guardsmen during a special ceremony March 18 in the Kansas Statehouse rotunda. The recognitions were earned in 2020 and 2021, but presentation was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Soldiers from the 35th Infantry Division disassembled a conestoga wagon at the Museum of the Kansas National Guard in Topeka Feb. 23 and transported it to their headquarters at Fort Leavenworth. A wagon of this type is seen on the official crest of the 35th Infantry Division.

Maj. Gen.
David Weishaar
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.

I hope you find our website helpful and informative.

Welcome to our organization!"




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Emergency Information

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.

For information provided by Kansas Division of Emergency Management, click here.

For information provided by Kansas Homeland Security, click here.


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