The Home and office of the Training Academy Commandant. All recruits who join the ACWGC will report here to the Commandant for further information.
To succeed you must first understand the basics of the Club and the games we play. This training is meant to teach you the basic functionalities of both.
After completion of your Basic Training we highly recommend spending some time going over the courses in Advanced Training to better prepare you for the field of battle.
Many fine officers have put a great amount of work making the Club what is today. Check out the current and past staff of both the Union Military Academy and the Vicksburg Military Institute here.
Take a quick look through the halls honoring those who have contributed the most to our club over the years. Also view our memorial page dedicated to some of those we've lost.
Come view our YouTube Channel and peruse the many videos we have produced over the years.
The yearly contest between recent VMI and UMA graduates is a Club tradition. Check out the Lieutenant's Cup Hall for more information.
Here you will find information regarding both the history of VMI and their graduating classes, as well as the history of the Confederacy's Medals and Honors within the ACWGC.
Every Cadet's "Home Away from Home" here at the Campus. Hot meals are served on Sundays and baths are required before entering the mess hall. Alcohol is strictly prohibited while in training.
The reference area to learn about the history of UMA, Union Medals, and the Standing Orders of the Union Army.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of the ACWGC is the opportunity to play in multiplayer games with your fellow officers. Check out some past multiplayer games here.
A peaceful spot to reflect on your studies here at the Campus. Dedicated to the long time VMI Engineer, Scott Ludwig, and the UMA Chief Architect, Joseph Meyer.
Want to test your knowledge? This Study Hall contains numerous quizzes and tests meant to challenge your understanding and preparation before graduation.
Just because you may have finished your training battle it does not mean you know everything. There is still much to learn about these games. This is the best place to start!
Looking for a good scenario? A large collection of scenario guides, maps, order of battles, and other information can be found here. An invaluable source for all officers!