ANG Command Post Airman of the Year

Senior Airman Ray Davis, Jr. sings the national anthem at Shocker Stadium, Wichita, Kansas, May 8, 2018. (Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Matt McCoy)

By Staff Sgt. Lauren Penney, 184th Public Affairs

And the Air National Guard Command Post Airman of the Year Award goes to…drumroll please…Senior Airman Ray Davis, Jr.! Davis’ accomplishments were recognized at a commander’s call in March.

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6 Ways the KSANG saves you money

By Staff Sgt. Lauren Penney, 184th Public Affairs

With the way the cost is for anything these days, affording life can often be a challenge. A trip to the emergency room could cost you this year’s vacation. Trying to afford college might have you scraping for any scholarship, grant or student loan you can get your hands on, while still needing to work three part-time jobs and never getting any sleep. Not to mention paying off student loans for years afterward. Maybe you want to buy a house, but it seems impossible to afford. The Kansas Air National Guard can help. Continue reading

Nine things you should know about the Bring A Friend Job Fair

By Staff Sgt. Lauren Penney, 184th Public Affairs

I sat down with Master Sgt. Jessica Sills, supervisor of the 184th Recruiting Office, to get answers to the most common questions about the Bring A Friend Job Fair happening at McConnell Air Force Base on Apr. 8. Here’s what she said. Continue reading

184th Intelligence Wing app, Events calendar

Haven’t checked out the 184th Intelligence Wing’s app yet? Well, there’s an abundance of things it can do. One such thing is the events calendar. The calendar shows everything that’s going on in the Fighting Jayhawks’ world. From drill weekends to scheduled days off to what may be happening on or off base on any given day. All you have to is scroll from the main page to the events icon and all the events will be listed right there by date and day. Some of the activities on the calendars will have descriptions, and you just need to touch the event to receive the description. Don’t have the 184th IW app yet? It’s free to download at Google Play or the Apple App Store and is compatible with most all smartphones or tablets/iPads. Go check it out! Continue reading