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war room

A control center facility that allows people to observe an operation in progress. It is typically filled with numerous computer screens. See network control center.
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Facebook launched its "war room," pictured in October 2018, at its Menlo Park headquarters in California as a nerve center for the fight against misinformation (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)
Removal War Room will remove all hurdles and difficulties in distribution
Thrones fan (well who isn't?) Sue Perkins has the great honour of setting up this war room - in a disused chapel for extra effect.
From there, the war room goes forward with the launch order, which includes a war plan, the time of launch, and other codes needed to fire a nuclear missile.
The fact that the government was preparing a major offense was evident when Prime Minister Modi was given several detail briefs in the war room over various options that were available to punish the perpetrators of the Uri attack.
Get your trial support specialist (if you have one; if not, deputize someone) to work with the war room venue's AV or IT staff to negotiate dedicated bandwidth for your team.
Until now, Jordan fought against Russia's protA[c]gA[c]e Bashar Assad from a joint war room north of Amman called the US Central Command Forward-Jordan, as part of a lineup with the US, Saudi Arabia and Israel.
CNNMoney's war room effort appears to already have reversed a slide in audience.
Delta and Carbon War Room agree that the development of a secure, sustainable, renewable fuels supply will strengthen the airline industry's access to high-quality jet fuel, reduce price volatility and the industry's overall carbon footprint and meet the needs of increasingly climate-conscious customers.
-- With cartoony posters plastering the walls and toy figures standing at attention on nearly every flat surface, a once ordinary conference room on Disney's Glendale campus has been transformed into the colorful war room for ''Disney Infinity,'' the ambitious project from the company's interactive division that combines real-life toy figures with virtual worlds.
Foundation, and the event was organized by The Nature Conservancy, with support from Virgin Unite, and the Carbon War Room. Details: Blythe Thomas, The Nature Conservancy, bthomas@tnc.org, (+1) 703-841-8782.