“The Woodshed” The Situation Room is a 5,000 square foot complex of rooms in the ground floor of the West Wing, some of which have windows looking out the west side of the building.
Jun 27, 2008 · Take the first right, down a few stairs. To the left is the White House Mess; on the right is a locked door. Behind these layers of security is the White House Situation Room (WHSR), a conference room surrounded on three sides by two small offices, multiple workstations, computers, and communications equipment.
Dec 18, 2009 · An exclusive look inside one of the most secure spaces in the country, the White House Situation Room. December 18, 2009 (Public Domain)
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Watch new a new “Inside the White House” video on the rarely-seen White House Situation Room. There was a time that the Situation Room was known not as Wolf Blitzer’s evening newscast, but a nerve-center of information for the President of the United States.
Windows into the White House? Situation Room photo stirs debate over Microsoft operating system. by Kurt Schlosser on January 3, 2019 at 11:34 am January 3, 2019 at 11:34 am.
May 05, 2011 · I find it somehow comforting that the White House Situation Room (and the situations in it) doesn’t resemble the situation rooms seen in TV shows and movies. Whoever designed it …
The White House Situation Room has been witness to many of the most critical events in recent U.S. history. President Johnson ran the Vietnam War from the complex in the White House basement.
President Obama and his national security team in the White House Situation Room. (Click on a person to go to their respective article). Situation Room is a photograph taken by White House photographer Pete Souza in its namesake, the White House Situation Room ,  at 4:06 pm on May 1, 2011.
A source familiar with the details confirmed the choice of the White House Situation Room for the meeting, which comes as the partial government shutdown drags into its 12th day amid a deadlock
May 20, 2016 · The White House Situation Room, officially known as the John F. Kennedy Conference Room, is a 5,525-square-foot (513.3 m2) conference room and intelligence management center in the basement of the