Companies blend existing business plans with homeland security

IRVINE, Calif. 17 June 2005. "As the Homeland Defense arena continues to grow, public companies are using technology employed in other aspects of their business plans for Homeland Defense purposes." That's the word from D.R. Clark, an analyst with SmallCap Sentinel, part of Market Pathways Financial Relations Inc. in Irvine, Calif.

IRVINE, Calif. 17 June 2005. "As the Homeland Defense arena continues to grow, public companies are using technology employed in other aspects of their business plans for Homeland Defense purposes." That's the word from D.R. Clark, an analyst with SmallCap Sentinel, part of Market Pathways Financial Relations Inc. in Irvine, Calif.

"It makes sense to many of these companies to use technology previously created for other applications in the now booming Homeland Defense sector," Clark says.

Public companies such as Isonics Corp., Honeywell Inc., Rockwell Collins Inc., and Northrop Grumman Corp. have all expanded their business plans to include Homeland Defense related product lines and services.

An informational report and other multi-media material regarding Isonics and its industry is available online at www.trilogy-capital.com/ison_summary.aspx.

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