The Marine Corps expects to break ground on a state-of-the-art wargaming center in 2021

The Marine Corps expects to break ground on a state-of-the-art wargaming center in 2021
Nearly four years after Marine officials announced the Corps wanted a state-of-the art, advanced wargaming center near the service’s headquarters, the service expects to break ground on the Quantico, Virginia, facility in 2021.

At the 2017 Modern Day Marine Military Exposition then-Lt. Col. Ross Monta, with the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, said the three- to five-year plan would put Marines on track to have a capability of conducting 20 war games a year, including two, 250-participant exercises.

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