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Aegis Assessments Inc. to Provide Aegis SafetyNet(TM) RadioBridge(TM) for Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts
Tuesday September 6, 12:08 pm ET


SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 6, 2005--Aegis Assessments Inc. (OTCBB:AGSI - News) announced today that it will be providing its Aegis SafetyNet(TM) RadioBridge system and a training crew to assist federal, state and local agencies in the greater New Orleans area in their hurricane relief efforts. The SafetyNet(TM) Radio Bridge interconnects incompatible radios and bridges them beyond their normal capabilities to provide immediate radio interoperability at an emergency site.

"We were contacted by APCO (the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials) to assist in providing radio interoperability to first responders in the Gulf Coast," said Aegis President Richard Reincke. "We provided RadioBridges last year to assist the Department of Homeland Security in hurricane relief efforts in Florida, and we're going to help again. Public safety telecommunications and emergency responders across the country are rallying in support of their colleagues in this critical time, and we want to do our part."

"APCO members are all about helping," APCO International President Greg Ballentine said. "They do it every day in their working lives in communications centers and emergency response roles all around the country and the world." The organization is helping APCO International members in the Gulf Coast region contact other members with either their individual or organizational needs following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina.

Reincke is also scheduled to appear on "Louisiana Live" hosted by Don Grady on the LA Network in Baton Rouge, La., at 3 p.m. CT, Sept. 7, 2005, to address hurricane relief efforts and emergency communications issues. "Louisiana Live" is the first program to unite a statewide audience to focus on issues that affect people in cities and towns from Lake Providence to Lake Pontchartrain and provides the opportunity to talk to the entire state.

The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International Inc. is the world's oldest and largest professional organization dedicated to the enhancement of public safety communications. APCO serves the professional needs of its 14,000 members worldwide by creating a platform for setting professional standards, addressing professional issues and providing education, products and services for people who manage, operate, maintain and supply the communications systems used by police, fire and emergency medical dispatch agencies throughout the world.

The Aegis SafetyNet(TM) Radio Bridge was referenced in the Congressional Quarterly last year as a provider of radio bridging or "patchworking" devices. The article stated that the idea of patchworking appears to be gaining support inside the DHS because it can provide radio interoperability at a significantly lower cost than purchasing new emergency radio systems for every agency in the country. Modern radio systems can cost $150 million to $300 million per state.

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did anyone jump on this is going to run hard at the end today
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its going to make a run
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I am in at .68 looking to see 1.00 + tomorrow. hasnt had this much volume in I dont know how long.
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Aegis Assessments, Inc. Provides Additional Information on Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts
Business Wire - September 07, 2005 09:00

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sep 07, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Aegis Assessments, Inc. (OTCBB:AGSI) announced today that it will be providing its Aegis SafetyNet(TM) RadioBridge system and a training crew to assist federal, state and local agencies in the greater New Orleans area in their hurricane relief efforts. The SafetyNet(TM) Radio Bridge interconnects incompatible radios and bridges them beyond their normal capabilities to provide immediate radio interoperability at an emergency site.

"We received a bulletin from APCO (the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials) regarding providing assistance to first responders in the Gulf Coast," said Aegis President Richard Reincke. "We provided RadioBridges last year to assist the Department of Homeland Security in hurricane relief efforts in Florida, and we're going to help again. Public safety telecommunications and emergency responders across the country are rallying in support of their colleagues in this critical time, and we want to do our part." APCO is helping APCO International members in the Gulf Coast region contact other members with either their individual or organizational needs following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina.

The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International, Inc. is the world's oldest and largest professional organization dedicated to the enhancement of public safety communications. APCO serves the professional needs of its 14,000 members worldwide by creating a platform for setting professional standards, addressing professional issues and providing education, products and services for people who manage, operate, maintain and supply the communications systems used by police, fire and emergency medical dispatch agencies throughout the world.

The Aegis SafetyNet(TM) Radio Bridge was referenced in the Congressional Quarterly last year as a provider of radio bridging or "patchworking" devices. The article stated that the idea of patchworking appears to be gaining support inside the DHS because it can provide radio interoperability at a significantly lower cost than purchasing new emergency radio systems for every agency in the country. Modern radio systems can cost $150 million to $300 million per state.

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good time to get in on the dip
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this is going to be back to the high by day end
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normally three days before a stock pops after the news!!
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are you saying news will bring it down? look at the L2's
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 12, 2005--Aegis Assessments, Inc. (OTCBB:AGSI - News) announced today that it has provided its Aegis SafetyNet(TM) RadioBridge(TM) system to the United States Emergency Chaplains Corps for use in the greater New Orleans area in their hurricane relief efforts. The SafetyNet Radio Bridge interconnects incompatible radios and bridges them beyond their normal capabilities to provide immediate radio interoperability at an emergency site.

"The United States Emergency Chaplains Corps are the chaplains to the first responders," said Chaplain J. R. Miller. "We minister to police, firefighters, all the responders taking care of the public -- we respond to the responders. Along with that, one of the principal things you need is clear, concise communication, and that's been a problem. We appreciate the donation of a RadioBridge to help us in our mission. As different chaplains respond, we can patch in radios from anywhere in the country, which is very important to us."

"We're continuing to provide additional RadioBridges to the Gulf region to help first responders with their critical communications needs," said Aegis' President, Richard Reincke. "It's vital that federal, state and local agencies have the tools to communicate in emergency situations and we're committed to helping the relief efforts in every way we can."

The Aegis SafetyNet Radio Bridge was referenced in the Congressional Quarterly last year as a provider of radio bridging or "patchworking" devices. The article stated that the idea of patchworking appears to be gaining support inside the DHS because it can provide radio interoperability at a significantly lower cost than purchasing new emergency radio systems for every agency in the country. Modern radio systems can cost $150 million to $300 million per state.

About Aegis Assessments, Inc.

Aegis Assessments Inc. (OTCBB:AGSI - News) is a wireless technology company that enables emergency responders to operate with increased effectiveness. Through the SafetyNet(TM) line of products, the company provides communications solutions to public safety agencies and commercial facilities for homeland security and life safety applications. Integrating emergency and life safety systems available to the public and private sectors is the new challenge in homeland security that the company's products and technologies address.

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results, events and performance could vary materially from those contemplated by these forward-looking statements. These statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause the company's actual results in future periods to differ materially from results expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, because they involve these risks and uncertainties. You should independently investigate and fully understand all risks before making investment decisions.

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Closed yesterday at .25 and opened today at .27 now trading at .38 50% jump on today. Could close somewhere around .48
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