Senior Enlisted Leader Notes

Keep moving forward

By Command Chief Master Sgt. Maurice L. Williams State Command Senior Enlisted Leader There’s one thing about being a leader that is a must: you have to keep moving forward. Otherwise, you soon find yourself behind the people you’re supposed to lead. This is true not just in a physical sense. If you are going to be a leader in …

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Kansas Guard returns from deployment

The Soldiers of the 635th Regional Support Group arrived at Fort Bliss and were greeted by Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli and other leadership. It had been a long day of flying for the soldiers but they were happy to be one step closer to home. Job well done guys!

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Kansas Best Warrior Photos

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Kansas Best Warrior Competition! Check out these photos from the two day competition in Salina, Kansas, March 22 and 23.

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Kansas Best Warrior Competition

Best Warrior Nine Soldiers competed for a chance to become the Best Warrior in Kansas on March 22-23, 2018. 635th Regional Support Group (KSARNG), 235th Regiment, 130th Field Artillery Brigade, 997th Brigade Support Battalion, 69th Troop Command (KSARNG), 1-161 Field Artillery Battalion-Kansas Army National Guard Posted by Kansas Army National Guard on Thursday, March 29, 2018

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Enlisted Force Advisory Council works to address Airmen concerns

By State Command Chief Master Sgt. William Stacey State Command Chief – Air The Air National Guard Enlisted Force Advisory Council is broken up into seven regions which represent more than 91,000 enlisted members of the ANG. The sole purpose of EFAC is to identify and fix issues that impact all Airmen at the national level. The state of Kansas …

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Volunteering: An investment in our organization’s future

By Chief Master Sgt. James L. Brown Command Senior Enlisted Leader As part of supporting the adjutant general’s priorities, this office is heavily invested in building partnerships within local communities around the state. Reaching out and finding ways to add value to the communities in which we serve will help tell our story and raise awareness of the Kanas National …

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