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Jet Powered UAVs

April 03, 2005

The Cyber Defense Systems engineering team is testing a micro turbine jet engine for their next generation CyberScout UAV and has completed the required analysis to select a suitable phase two power plant. The new CyberScout™ is expected to weigh approximately 21 pounds empty, be powered by three of the new power plants and carry a two-three pound payload. The Company anticipates offering the jet powered CyberScout™ for 150,000 dollars. The engineering team is also researching the availability of larger power plants to further scale up the CyberScout™

Cyber Defense Systems (OTCBB: CYDF) is an operating subsidiary of Proxity, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PRXT)

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