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FirstNet bringing additional communication capabilities to JBSA
January 31, 2024
Man with cellular data speed meter.

Enhanced Geothermal Systems pilot may provide infinite energy source for JBSA
January 9, 2023

New publication guides nation toward EMP resilience
June 10, 2022
Three men speaking

Collaboration key to developing 5G capabilities at JBSA experimentation site
June 6, 2022

502nd Air Base Wing keeps communication lines open with area chambers
July 23, 2021
502nd Air Base Wing Chamber Summit

Exciting future awaits DOD medicine
April 29, 2021
Bulls-eye graphic 5G

JBSA experiments with 5G Telemedicine, Medical Training
April 28, 2021
San Antonio with 5G representation lines.

Power grid protection at forefront of San Antonio, JBSA electromagnetic defense initiatives
January 12, 2021
CPS Energy’s Vice President of Grid Transformation & Engineering, Richard Medina, front, and Chief Security, Safety & Gas Solutions Officer Fred Bonewell evaluate security measures at an area substation.

Defense against electromagnetic pulse priority for SA-EMD
October 1, 2020
Michael Lovell, executive director of the Joint Base San Antonio-Electromagnetic Defense Initiative and 5G program executive, speaks to attendees of the San Antonio-Electromagnetic Defense quarterly meeting held virtually Sept. 29, 2020, due to COVID-19 restrictions.

SA-EMD participants meet to discuss progress, 5G implementation
June 8, 2020
The San Antonio-Electromagnetic Defense collaborative, in conjunction with the Joint Base San Antonio-Electromagnetic Defense Initiative, held their spring quarterly meeting June 3 with a mixture of in-person and virtual participants at the University of Texas San Antonio National Security Collaboration Center, or NSCC.

San Antonio’s electromagnetic defense partners continue building strategy for Alamo Region
December 9, 2019
Lt. Col. Eddie K. Stamper (center), Joint Base San Antonio-Electromagnetic Defense Initiative project officer, speaks with J.O. McFalls, McFalls Associates LLC, and Klaus Weiswurm, Innovation Technology Machinery chairman and an appointee to the U.S. Air Force Civic Leader Program, before the quarterly San Antonio Electromagnetic Defense meeting at Southwest Research Center Nov. 18.