Ms. Angela Lane

Ms. Angela Lane

Deputy Chief, Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Information Analysis and Fusion, Joint Electronic Warfare Center

Ms. Angela Lane assumed the duties as the Deputy Chief of the Joint EMS Information Analysis and Fusion (JEMSIAF) Division, Joint Electronic Warfare Center, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas in February 2019. She facilitates JEMSIAF operations through leadership of core technical and administrative functions to include, modeling and simulations, concept development, data analytics, Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), contracting, personnel and Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (JEMSO) skillset development. She is also the JEWC’s lead Operational Intelligence SIGINT officer responsible for coordinating with the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (OUSD-I), the Intelligence Community (IC), the DoD Chief Information Officer (CIO), Combatant Commands, NATO, and the Services on JEMSIAF and Operational Intelligence support to EMS requirements.

Ms. Lane began her career in the military as an Operational Electronic Intelligence analyst working on Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities (TENCAP) systems, at Camp Humphries, Korea (501 MI BDE), Ms. Lane has worked at the National Security Agency as a Targeteer, supporting Operations: DENY FLIGHT, and ALLIED FORCE.at Fort Meade, Maryland (742nd MIBN) and Diego Garcia in the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), before transferring to the Joint Command and Control Warfare Center JC2WC at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, as a SIGINT analyst. Upon arriving at the JC2WC, Ms. Lane supported USSOUTHCOM and USEUCOM operations and exercises. Ms. Lane worked for the Joint Information Operations Center (JIOC), Joint Information Operations Warfare Center (JIOWC) and now the JEWC as the modeling and simulations branch Chief. Hired as a Department of The Air Force Civilian, Ms. Lane led the development of JEWC modeling and simulation technologies that are used as standard by the EMS modeling and simulation community. Ms. Lane led the IT infrastructure transition efforts during the transition of the JEWC from the JIOWC in 2012.

Ms. Lane graduated from the University of Texas, San Antonio, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and has attended numerous Geospatial Information Systems GIS), Modeling and Simulation, National Cryptologic School courses, Army, Navy, Airforce and Joint professional development courses and has been awarded three Army Commendation Medals, a Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and various excellence and unit awards. Ms. Lane has supported several campaigns including TASK FORCE EAGLE, PROVIDE PROMISE, DENY FLIGHT, JOINT ENDEAVOR, SILVER WAKE, the “O’Grady” rescue, OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM and OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM.

Speaking: October 29 - Demand Signal for the EMS Workforce