May 13, 2008 10:53 ET
Airship Surveillance Begins Pilot Training
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - May 13, 2008) - WENR Corp. (PINKSHEETS: WNRC) announced today
Airship Surveillance, a Nevada-based high technology airship company, with
whom WENR has a letter of intent, began training the first group of pilots
to support upcoming operations.
Sandy Mangold, Vice President of Airship Surveillance, stated, "We are
fortunate to have on our team both world class UAV pilots and airship
pilots with considerable experience, by combining these two skill sets
Airship Surveillance will offer a unique set of capabilities to its
clients. The entire program is moving faster than anticipated but every
one of the staff has proven to be up to the challenge and we are making
Concurrently, the assembly of major components for L2, the company's first
production airship, has begun with installation of the Payload Support
Structure. The Payload Support Structure has numerous unique features,
which has generated a great deal of interest from a number of entities.
"It's exciting to see the first flight unit mated to the airship and even
more exciting to be training the pilots who will be piloting our airships
in the upcoming months," noted Paul Adams, CEO of Airship Surveillance.
About Airship Surveillance Inc.
The company is developing a series of advanced unmanned airships designed
to fulfill a wide range of roles ranging from surveillance to environmental
monitoring. The company's airships are built to be robust, yet simple to
operate with the twin goals of providing highly reliable airborne platforms
at an affordable cost (www.airshipsurveillance.com).
WENR is a holding company, which seeks to acquire marketing rights in
various growth stage companies. WENR provides senior management
assistance, secures working capital for marketing development, and delivers
tailor made campaigns.
The foregoing contains forward-looking information within the meaning of
The Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. Such forward-looking
statements involve certain risks and uncertainties. The actual results may
differ materially from such forward-looking statements. The company does
not undertake to publicly update or revise its forward-looking statements
even if experience or future changes make it clear that any projected
results (expressed or implied) will not be realized.