Brijot Imaging Systems adds three new board members

Appointments to support company's government sector growth strategy


ORLANDO, FL -- Brijot Imaging Systems, Inc., a leading provider of safety, security and theft prevention solutions based on patented passive millimeter wave technology, announced today that three new members have been elected to its board of directors; Dell L. Dailey, James J. Lovelace and Grant S. Green, Jr.

These new members bring wide-ranging military and senior government experience to Brijot, which will play a critical role for the company as it expands its government business market. A key portion of Brijot's business consists of developing and manufacturing passive millimeter security checkpoints and technologyfor departments and agencies of the United States Government.

"Brijot is very fortunate to have these distinguished new members join our board," said Mitchel J. Laskey, Brijot president and chief executive officer. "Their extensive experience in the military and government sectors will no doubt help us successfully navigate those markets as we expand our business in the coming months and years ahead. They will also be instrumental in helping us develop sound strategies to meet the needs of our existing government customers both at home and overseas.''

Dell L. Dailey, Lieutenant General (USA Retired) served 36 years in the U.S. Army. Mr. Dailey then served as the Ambassador at Large, United States Department of State, Coordinator for Counter Terrorism. Mr. Dailey holds a Bachelor's degree in engineering from the United States Military Academy, West Point and a Master's degree in public administration from the Shippensburg University.

James A. Lovelace, Lieutenant General (USA Retired) served 39 years in the U.S. Army. Mr. Lovelace recently completed service as the Commanding General, U.S. Army Central at Fort McPherson, Georgia and Kuwait, where he commanded 27,000 soldiers, civilians and contractors. Mr. Lovelace holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering for the United States Military Academy and Master's degrees in physical education, national security and strategic studies and management.

Grant S. Green, Jr., Colonel (USA Retired) served 22 years in the U.S. Army and also served in the U.S. Department of State as Under Secretary of State for Management. Mr. Green also served as Assistant Secretary of Defense, Special Assistant to President Reagan for National Security Affairs and Executive Secretary of the National Security Council. Mr. Green is currently the chairman of Global Marketing and Development Solutions, Inc. Mr. Green holds a Bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Arkansas and a Master's degree in management from George Washington University.

These additions increase Brijot's board of directors to seven members. In addition to Dailey, Lovelace and Green, the members of Brijot's board are Mitchel J. Laskey, chairman and chief executive officer; Juan Navarro, Exxel Group; Marcelo Chao, Exxel Group; and Ron Hammond, Spec Tal Intelligence Services.