Military leaders of all service branches continue to balance keeping their Soldiers and Airmen combat ready and keeping the safety of their personnel at the forefront of all decisions regarding training activities.
“First and foremost is the safety of the Wing members,” said Col. Jason Knobbe, commander, 184th Wing. “Without them we cannot execute the missions of the Wing.”
The month of March in the U. S. proved to be an extremely trying time as COVID-19 established a foothold and leaders around the nation had to quickly react.
By Master Sgt. Matt McCoy, 184th Wing Public Affairs
Col. Jason Knobbe assumed command of the 184th
Wing during a change of command ceremony at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas,
The official party included Col. Chris Ioder, commander,
Kansas Air National Guard; Col. Michael Venerdi, outgoing commander; Col. Jason
Knobbe, incoming commander; and Chief Master Sgt. Randi Hill, command chief,
The 184th Wing hosts more than 150 wrestlers from colleges all over the United States at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, to showcase capabilities and opportunities within the Air Force and Air National Guard, March 5.
By Master Sgt. Matt McCoy, 184th Public Affairs
Young athletes from a number of U.S. colleges poured out of buses and into an airplane hangar to catch a glimpse of what it’s like to be an Airman.
The visit was part of ongoing community outreach efforts made by the 22nd Air Refueling Wing, active duty Air Force and the 184th Wing, Kansas Air National Guard, at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas.