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Located in Topeka, Kansas, the Museum is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Kansas National Guard and honoring the memories of the soldiers and airmen who, for over 160 years, have served Kansas and the United States whenever the call was made.

We invite you to share in the rich history of Kansas and her volunteers who, for over a century and a half, have done their best to bring freedom to people across the world. Visit the Museum of the Kansas National Guard which serves as our guardian, tasked with the never-ending mission of remembering and honoring our soldiers and airmen, who have given, and will continue to give, their time and lives for causes greater than themselves.

For a preview of the Museum click here for a virtual tour of the Museum and its grounds.

Click here to learn more about our mission and the history of the Museum 

The July Coffee at the Museum of the Kansas National Guard is Wednesday, July 10, at 9 a.m. in the Museum Conference Room.

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Korean War Veterans attending the Korean War Remembrance event today. Thank you for your service !! ...

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General Patton has arrived to speak to the troops. Still more activities at the Heartland Military Day at the museum. Hope to see you this afternoon. ...

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35th Infantry Division Museum

The Museum of the Kansas National Guard is also home to the 35th Division Museum, which includes the 35th Division Hall of Fame. The 35th Infantry Division was formed in 1917 for WWI, and received three battle streamers for battles in France–Ardennes, Alsace, and Meuse-Argonne. It was mobilized in 1940 for WWII and received five …

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Kansas Guard Origins

Citizen-soldiers began protecting Kansas homes and families when our state was still a territory, leaving farms, businesses and other work places when called to defend the state and nation.

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