Marine Corps taps three companies for second phase development of new wargaming center

By Justin Katz / August 21, 2020 at 11:50 AM
Three companies began work this month on prototyping capabilities for a new wargaming facility scheduled to come online in fiscal year 2023 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA, according to an officer overseeing the effort. BAE Systems, Cole Engineering Services and Microsoft all received contracts ranging in value from $13 million to $19 million for the integrated prototyping phase of the Marine Corps' three-phase competition, according to Lt. Col. Matthew Clinger, program manager for wargaming capability at Marine Corps Systems...

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