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Visual Defence has been awarded a $750,000 purchase order to provide security equipment to the US Army National Guard

RICHMOND HILL, Ontario -- Visual Defence Inc. (LSE:VDI), the security convergence company, today announced it has been awarded a $750,000 purchase order to provide security equipment to the US Army National Guard.

The current purchase order is the most recent in Visual Defence¹s ongoing work with the Army National Guard to provide intrusion detection solutions. Since project inception at the end of 2005, Visual Defence has supplied and deployed hundreds of intrusion detection systems in more than 30 states. The project is expected to have a total value of $2,000,000 in 2007 and will continue into 2008.

"Visual Defence has a long history of developing high-performance security and monitoring solutions for leading organizations around the world," said Dagan Sadeh, CEO at Visual Defence. "We look forward to continuing to apply our experience and expertise in support of the Army National Guard's information security program."

Visual Defence Inc.

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