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Tactical Air Defense Services Prevails in Litigation Receiving Favorable Opinion and Reversal in Searock Lawsuit

CARSON CITY, NV--(Marketwire - Mar 1, 2013) -  Tactical Air Defense Services, Inc. ( OTCQB : TADF ), an aerospace/defense services contractor that offers tactical aviation services, aircraft maintenance, and other aerospace/defense services to the United States and Foreign militaries, is pleased to announce that The Court of Appeals, Fifth District of Texas at Dallas, has ruled in favor of TADF in its appeal of the $2 million lower Court judgment against the Company and has reversed the original lower Court's ruling and remanded the case back to the lower trial Court.

As disclosed in TADF's previous United States Securities and Exchange Commission filings, in 2007, Charles Searock ("Searock"), a former employee of TADF, filed a claim against TADF and other defendants for the alleged breach of an employment agreement and other actions between Searock and International Tactical Training Center, Inc., a company not owned or controlled by TADF. TADF asserted that the claim was without merit, and vigorously defended itself. In 2010, by claiming that TADF and the other defendants had been properly served notice of trial, when in fact neither TADF nor any of the other defendants received proper notice of trial, were aware of the trial, and therefore were not able to appear in Court in order to defend themselves, Searock was fraudulently awarded a default judgment of $2,000,000 against TADF. Despite valid arguments by TADF's counsel, the lower trial Court denied TADF's motion for a new trial.

In light of the lack of proper legal notice, in its Opinion, The Court of Appeals, Fifth District of Texas at Dallas stated, "We conclude that appellants' affidavits show they did not receive notice of the trial setting and that the trial court abused its discretion by denying the motion for new trial. We reverse the trial court's judgment against Tactical and Fears and remand Searock's cause of action against those parties for further proceedings."

Alexis C. Korybut, Chief Executive Officer of TADF, stated, "We are pleased to announce that The Court of Appeals, Fifth District of Texas at Dallas has thrown out the fraudulent $2 million judgment against TADF and has ruled that the lower trial Court abused its discretion. Although we have always asserted that the claim was without merit, it is nevertheless comforting to know that this attempted misuse of the legal system has been stopped in its tracks. Should Searock continue to pursue this frivolous action in the lower Courts, TADF will continue to aggressively defend itself."

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