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Wednesday | 06 December 2006
Valley Forge
  SYMBOL: (OTCBB: VLYF)
 
Interview with Valley Forge's President and Chief Executive Officer,
Mr.
Louis J. Brothers.
 
ADDRESS

Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc.
50 East River Center Blvd.Suite
820 Covington, KY 41011
http://www.vlyf.com

Phone: 859.581.5111
 
 
MANAGEMENT TEAM
 
Louis J. Brothers
President and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Brothers is a Co-Founder of Valley Forge Composite Technologies. Mr. Brothers holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Cincinnati. He has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, marketing support, product management and logistics. He has extensive international business experience having worked in Europe, Russia, and Japan.

Larry Wilhide
Vice President, Engineering

Mr. Wilhide is a Co-Founder of Valley Forge Composite Technologies. Mr. Wilhide holds a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He has worked as a design engineer on aerospace components for over 25 years. He was team leader for CAD and CNC programming. Additionally, Mr. Wilhide served in the U.S. Army in Korea.
 
STOCK FACTS
 
Estimated Market Capital: 140,369,499 (as of Mar 20, 2008)
Outstanding Shares: 46,789,833 (as of Nov 9, 2007)
COMPANY OVERVIEW
 

Valley Forge Composite Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: VLYF) focuses on the acquisition of the rights to manufacture and distribute the THOR LVX photo nuclear detection system in the United States and to other countries. It intends to develop THOR, which is based on a high energy miniature particle accelerator that creates photo nuclear reactions in carbon and nitrogen isotopes present in modern explosive devices, as well as in oxygen present in narcotics. The company is working with the U.S. Department of Energy for the research, design, and production of the first THOR unit. The THOR LVX system would include detection capability for illicit narcotics, explosives, and bio-chemical weapons using photo-nuclear reactions to initiate secondary gamma quanta, the result of which is a unique and distinguishable signal identifying each component of a substance. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Covington, Kentucky.

 
BUSINESS SUMMARY
 
Valley Forge Composite Technologies is a public company traded under the symbol VLYF, on the OTC Bulletin Board, specializing in the acquisition, development, manufacturing and distribution of next-generation counter-terrorism and aerospace technologies. The Company's four subsidiaries have already been organized: Valley Forge Detection Systems, Inc., ValleyForge Imaging, Inc., Valley Forge Aerospace, Inc. and Valley Forge Emerging Technologies, Inc.

Valley Forge has two major products in addition to a number of components for use in Satellite Systems. THOR LVX is our Advanced Explosives Detection System. This system penetrates all shielding to detect and identify explosives, nuclear material, chemical and biological agents and narcotics. It is three times faster than current systems and has a detection rate of 99.6%. The expandable database may be tailored to a customer's needs. The ODIN-ULDRIS Personnel Screening System provides near-medical quality imaging of humans or animals. ODIN-ULDRIS allows the screener to detect items such as explosives, weapons, gemstones, bundled currency and ingested items with a high throughput rate of approximately 1000 persons per hour. ODIN-ULDRIS eliminates the need to remove coats and shoes.

Valley Forge's THOR LVX Advanced Explosives Detection System can be used in ports, rail yards, airports, world-wide express cargo facilities, postal facilities, border crossings, military field applications and many other world markets. The ODIN-ULDRIS Personal Screening System may be used in any market requiring personal screening such as schools, government buildings, sporting events, concerts, border crossings, rail stations, ferry terminals and airports. They are currently investigating medical applications as well.   
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