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The Oval Office is the official office of the President of the United States. It is located in the West Wing of the White House.

Day 6 Edit

During Day 6 the President, Wayne Palmer, and his staff worked out of the Oval Office. They also operated out of the underground Presidential bunker. After the nuclear threat passed Noah Daniels moved back up to the Oval Office.

Day 7 Edit

President Allison Taylor and her staff worked out of the Oval Office during Day 7. After 8am, Taylor discussed the Sangala crisis with Chief of Staff Ethan Kanin, and then met with her husband, Henry Taylor about an upcoming news report from Kevin Aldridge of CNB which did not support her use of the military in Sangala.

Taylor was working out of the Oval Office when General Benjamin Juma began his assault on the White House around 7:00 p.m.

Background information and notesEdit

  • Wayne Palmer was the first president seen in the Oval Office during his term as president. David wasn't president during Day 1, he worked out of Oregon in Day 2, and he was in Los Angeles during Day 3; John Keeler was on Air Force One during Day 4; and Charles Logan worked out of a White House bunker in Day 4 and his Hidden Valley ranch in Day 5. Finally, President Allison Taylor spent Day 8 working out of the United Nations and an office in New York.

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