Kansas - 62 Armories & 1 Armed Forces Reserve Center in 54 Communities

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Major General Tod M. Bunting

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
2800 SW Topeka Blvd.
Topeka, KS 66611-1287
Phone: 785-274-1001 Fax: 785-274-1682

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MAJOR COMMANDS:
Joint Forces Headquarters
69th Troop Command
35th Infantry Division
130th Field Artillery Brigade
235th Regiment (RTI)
5th Division Artillery

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Guard PhotoKansas Army National Guard (KSARNG) Soldiers saw duty domestically and abroad, serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, and other locations during FY08. During this time, one Kansas Soldier died while serving his country. Units deployed at some time during FY08 included the 35th Division; 1st Battalion, 161st Field Artillery; Embedded Training Team #3; Embedded Training Team #4; 35th Military Police Company; 731st Security Forces; and Detachment 37, Operational Support-Aviation Command.

In addition to deployments overseas, the KSARNG responded to a federally-declared disaster which affected 46 counties damaged by severe storms that hit the state in May and June. Through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, the Kansas Army National Guard provided three helicopters and crews to assist with fighting wildfires in California; more than 600 Kansas Guard members were sent to Louisiana in support of Hurricane Gustav; and two helicopters and crews were sent to Texas in support of Hurricane Ike.

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State Financial Information

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Colonel Terry L. Fritz
USPFO
2737 S. Kansas Ave.
Topeka, KS 66611-1170
Phone: 785-274-1201 Fax: 785-274-1642

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Military Pay and Allowances
Civilian Payroll
Goods and Services
Military Construction
Total Economic Impact

$
$
$
$
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  128,133,698
   68,845,073
  130,160,291
   18,905,286
  346,044,348

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Economic impact multiplier of 1.597 has been applied.

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Guard PhotoThe Kansas Program Budget Advisory Committee managed funding shortfalls in real property services, recruiter storefront, general services administration leases, and family assistance centers. Most other programs were sufficiently funded. Emphasis was placed on management of execution rates and controlling grow-back. Depot-level maintenance programs, which provided rebuilt and reset equipment, turbine engines, and the associated full-time employment and construction, were funded at nearly $40 million. Also supported were Hurricanes Gustav and Ike, Operation Jump Start, and mobilizations to Iraq and Kosovo.

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For more information about the Kansas Army National Guard go to: https://www.ks.ng.mil/