U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay
Expeditionary Legal Complex (ELC)
Constructed from August 2007 through January 2008 to provide a location where classified trials could be conducted at the level of Top Secret or above, the ELC includes office space and equipment, Courtroom II, and associated technology/equipment. The ELC was constructed by a U.S. Air Force civil engineering unit, with excavation beginning on Sept. 11, 2007.
In the ELC, the Prosecution has a trailer with four large offices and one open area. The Defense has a trailer with eight large offices. The Convening Authority has a trailer which includes one judge office, three offices for court reporters and staff, and one open area. All offices have closed-circuit television feeds from Courtroom II.
AV-34 (Aviation Building 34)
AV-34 contains Courtroom I and also contains office space. Prosecution and Defense both have two small and two large offices. All offices have closed-circuit television feeds from Courtrooms I and II.
AV-29 (Aviation Building 29)
AV-29 provides Prosecution with three small offices and one large open office area, Defense with 12 offices plus a large conference room with video teleconferencing (VTC) capabilities and the Convening Authority with six offices and a conference room with VTC capabilities. All offices have closed-circuit television feeds from Courtrooms I and II.
National Capital Region (NCR)
Most OMC personnel live and work in the National Capital Region and travel to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as required. OMC provides office space and resources in the NCR for the following OMC personnel and participants: Office of the Convening Authority, Office of the Chief Prosecutor, Office of the Chief Defense Counsel, Office of the Military Commissions Trial Judiciary, and the U.S. Court of Military Commission Review.