Kansas Adjutant General's Department
2-130th Field Artillery

In January, February, and March, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery conducted field artillery safety testing, communications training, and artillery skills and proficiency tests in preparation to begin section-level certification leading up to annual training.

Starting in March going to the end of the year, the battalion supported COVID19 operations by supplying more than 30 Soldiers involved with coronavirus testing, meal distribution, and security operations.

Annual training was conducted in late July at Fort Riley. Six M142 HIMARS sections were successful in safely firing 66 M28 Reduced Range Practice Rockets.

 

In January, February, and March, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery conducted field artillery safety testing, communications training, and artillery skills and proficiency tests in preparation to begin section-


 
 
 

2-130th Field Artillery Mission


2nd Battalion 130th Field Artillery integrates and delivers lethal and non-lethal fires to enable joint and maneuver commanders to dominate their operational environment across the spectrum of operations. On order, the battalion provides timely and effective National Guard Civil Support as directed by the governor of Kansas in times of natural disaster or emergency.

Command Leadership and Unit Structure


The unit commander is Lt. Col. Dana Graf

The senior noncommissioned officer is Command Sgt. Maj. Douglas Spencer

The unit is composed of the following;

- Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, Hiawatha and Marysville

- Battery A, Holton and Marysville

- Battery B, Paola and Kansas CIty

Recent Unit Highlights


2-130th Field Artillery unit crest

In January, February, and March, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery conducted field artillery safety testing, communications training, and artillery skills and proficiency tests in preparation to begin section-level certification leading up to annual training.

Starting in March going to the end of the year, the battalion supported COVID19 operations by supplying more than 30 Soldiers involved with coronavirus testing, meal distribution, and security operations.

Annual training was conducted in late July at Fort Riley. Six M142 HIMARS sections were successful in safely firing 66 M28 Reduced Range Practice Rockets.

 

 

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