March 03, 2008 06:15 ET
Airship Surveillance Sets First Flight Target Date
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - March 3, 2008) - Airship Surveillance, a strategic partner of
WENR Corp. (PINKSHEETS: WNRC), has set March 11, 2008, as the target date
for the first flight of its "R&D-1" airship following a Flight Readiness
Review. The target flight date provides sufficient time to complete all
remaining work and allows for two contingency test days.
The flight test procedure calls for the airship to initially be flown using
conventional controls to create a performance baseline. Testing of the
company's new flight control system will follow this initial test series.
"Everyone is very excited, as we progress towards this major milestone.
This first flight will be the culmination of hard work by dedicated
professionals, who have worked hard to make this project a success,"
remarked Sandy Mangold of Airship Surveillance. "We anticipate good weather
on the 11th, but have built in back-up flight dates to be safe," he
Details of the first flight will be featured on the Company's web site
after completion of the testing.
About Airship Surveillance
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.
WENR Corporation is a holding company, which seeks to acquire marketing
rights in technology, Internet and pro-environmental companies. It provides
senior management assistance and secures working capital for marketing
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.