Press Release

NASA Signs Space Instrument Contract with Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc.

By SpaceRef Editor
August 1, 2007
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Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VLYF – News) announces NASA has signed an agreement with its aerospace section to produce state-of-the-art components for project evaluation. Valley Forge will provide specialized, prototype Attitude Control Instruments to NASA’s precise engineering specifications.

Valley Forge has extensive experience in the satellite momentum wheel and bearing fields. Typically, satellites contain from two to six momentum/reaction wheel assemblies. Valley Forge’s composite rotor is lighter, more stable, and less expensive than metal rotors currently in use. Composite wheel and bearing design allows smoother, faster and longer life than current designs resulting in significant improvements in satellite operational effectiveness. “Our aerospace section is rapidly evolving and this venture represents a fantastic opportunity. We are continually working to provide simple, high performance space technologies and look forward to becoming an ongoing supplier for NASA,” said Randy Broadright, Valley Forge Chief of Operations.

In addition to aerospace components, Valley Forge is bringing next- generation detection systems to the market. THOR LVX is an Advanced Explosives Detection System (EDS) capable of detecting and identifying explosives, nuclear materials, and other targeted substances in cargo containers and baggage. Complementing THOR LVX, the Odin-Uldris Personnel Screening System detects items such as explosives, weapons, narcotics, gemstones, bundled currency and ingested items on or inside the human body.

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Contact Information:

Katie Robertson, Investor Relations
Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc.
50 E. River Center Blvd. Suite 820
Covington, KY 41011
Tel. 859-581-5111
Fax 859-581-5116

SpaceRef staff editor.