McCarty Little Hall
The War Gaming Department is located in McCarty Little Hall, a 110,000 square foot purpose-built war gaming facility named after William McCarty Little, who was instrumental in the introduction and development of war gaming techniques at the college. The building boasts a 180 seat auditorium, a television studio, conference facilities, office and classroom space, and up to 22 reconfigurable gaming cells.
The Decision Support Center (DSC) is a state-of-the-art information technology suite can be configured to support the full range of models and simulations, video-teleconferencing, group collaboration systems and distributed wide area gaming over both unclassified and secure networks.
The DSC contains a stand-alone local area network for the 38 laptops in the room in addition to an expanded network via the Game-Net infrastructure throughout McCarty Little Hall. These laptops primarily operate with Web-IQ software, although they can be configured with other approved software applications.