The ATAV
                    An Advanced Technology
                 All Terrain Amphibious Vehicle
ATAV, Inc. acquired a ...
ATAV NOTABLE FACTS
   Technology 20 Years in Development - Constant Redesign And Improvement
   Multiple Models Produced...
BOUNDARY AND BORDER SECURITY
   One Vehicle For
             o All Conditions
             o All Missions
             o ...
PRO 5 (2004)


                                      Who
                                 The Company
     ATAV, Inc. is ...
Rand C. Lewis, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and Director
      Business Owner And Entrepreneur (Founder Of TS2Corp)
   ...
The management team is supplemented with consulting support from David W. Hansen –
the inventor
     Graduated Aero Tech ...
   Post Falls, Idaho – Finny Boat Works – PRO 5 Upgrades
     Boise, Idaho—PRO 6 Development and Construction
     Mt H...
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Introducing ALL TERRAIN AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLE (ATAV)--AN ALL TERRAIN, ALL CLIMATES AND ALL SEASONS AMPHIBIOUS VEHICLE FOR PRIVATE SECTOR AND GOVERNMENT USERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

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The ATAV Overview

  1. 1. The ATAV An Advanced Technology All Terrain Amphibious Vehicle ATAV, Inc. acquired a unique, mature All Terrain Amphibious Vehicle (ATAV) technology (patents, intellectual property, prototypes and parts) that had been dormant for six years and has assembled a seasoned team to finish engineering refinement, build the production prototype and begin production to tap a potentially very large worldwide market. PRO 5 (2004) WHAT An All Terrain, All Climates And All Seasons Amphibious Vehicle For Private Sector and Government Users Throughout The World ATAV WILL  Move assets almost anywhere quickly and safely  Move six passengers and 2000 pounds of cargo  Climb four (4) foot walls and 60+ percent slopes  Travel on 35+ percent side slopes  Lever over obstacles (fallen trees, rocks, etc.)  Swim - “SPIN SURF” at 35 mph and operate in still water and against current  Travel through snow, ice, sand, mud, marshes, rocky terrain, high altitudes, etc.  Traverse nine (9) foot ditches  Travel at 45-50 mph on highways
  2. 2. ATAV NOTABLE FACTS  Technology 20 Years in Development - Constant Redesign And Improvement  Multiple Models Produced (Five Prototypes – PRO 1-5)  PRO 6 In Development  Privately Funded  Cost Effective/High Potential ROI  Fast Track To Production in 2010  Adaptable To Many Configurations And Uses  Most Adaptation Done In The Field  Light - Logistics Friendly  Low Maintenance - Most Done In Field With Basic Skills  Does Not Duplicate Existing Capability – Complimentary To Other Vehicles SOME ATAV POTENTIAL USES ARCTIC AND SUBARCTIC REGIONS  One ATAV For Year Round Operations  Tundra, Permafrost, Frozen Soil, Waterlogged Soil  Ice  Snow  Marshes  Creeks  Rivers  Lakes and Other Water Bodies LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE, NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT  Power Transmission Rights-of Way  Pipelines  Timber Management And Logging Operations  Large Land Holdings With And/Or Without Roads And Bridges  Game Preserves (Management And Anti-Poaching)  Wilderness And Protected Areas  Transport To Remote Recreation Activities PUBLIC SAFETY  Law Enforcement And Security Operations  Emergency Response  Search And Rescue 2
  3. 3. BOUNDARY AND BORDER SECURITY  One Vehicle For o All Conditions o All Missions o All Seasons o All Weather  Fast And Agile  Six Officers  2000 Pounds Of Cargo MILITARY APPLICATIONS – INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT  Installation Perimeter Security  Off Road Management, Operation And Repair Activities  Test and Training Range Operations And Management  Fish And Wildlife Management  Forest/Timber Management  Wetlands Management  Coastal Areas Management  Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance  Emergency Response MILITARY APPLICATIONS – OPERATIONS  Multi-Mission And Reconfigurable  Highly Versatile - Multiple Configurations And Protection Packages – Most Applied In The Field  Light And Easily Transportable To Operations Locations  Autonomous Capability  Basic, Field Skill Maintenance  Fully Deployable Package (Doctrine, Manuals, Etc.)  Anti Tank Mine – Possible Overpass Capability  Air Transportable  Combat Patrols And Operations o Mountains o Uneven, Rocky terrain o Snow And Ice o Desert/Sand o Water  Recon  Perimeter Patrol And Defense 3
  4. 4. PRO 5 (2004) Who The Company  ATAV, Inc. is an Idaho company of former U.S. and international military, government and business executives, managers, experts and specialists.  The ATAV, Inc. sole purpose is to produce and market an all terrain, all climates and all seasons amphibious vehicle for private sector and government users throughout the world. The Leadership Team  The six person leadership team has a combined total of over 200 years of organization and business experience (79 years U.S. Department of Defense/other military and 125 years private sector small business, consulting, universities and other government). o Knows the technology, how to build vehicles and the customers o Agile and quick decision-making o Knows ho to build, organize and manage teams o Knows how to control costs Gary D. Vest, AICP - Chairman & President  Over 42 Years Professional Experience (33 DoD)  Principal Assistant Deputy Under Secretary Of Defense – Eight Years  Deputy Assistant Secretary Of The Air Force – Ten Years  Career In Asset Protection And Engagement  Oversaw Technology Support And Application For Environment, Safety And Occupational Health (ESOH) And Asset Protection  Extensive Experience In International Engagement And Technology Transfer And Acquisition  Nine Years – Organization And Company Chairman, Executive, Advisor, Analyst, Representative And Negotiator 4
  5. 5. Rand C. Lewis, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and Director  Business Owner And Entrepreneur (Founder Of TS2Corp)  Educator/Administrator o Professor o Director  University Institute And School Of International Affairs  National Alliance For Information Assurance  UI Initiative For Research in Infrastructure Security  US Army - Engineer, Foreign Area Officer, Security Assistance  Published Author, Lecturer And Expert On Terrorism Garth Barrett, Exec V.P. - Technical & Production and Director  Vehicle Business Since 1979  Produced Eight Mine Protected Vehicles (MPV)  Ran Five Companies  Built a V22 ATAV  DOGs NOSE Program For DARPA  MPV Program With SAIC For NVSED  MPV Builds For UK MOD And US DOD  IDF Co-Operation On MPCV Richard Williams – Manufacturing Advisor and Director  Co-Owner And CFO Of Western Trailer Company, Boise, Idaho – 20 Years  Idaho First National Bank Trust Officer – 5 Years  Boise Cascade – 5 Years  U.S. Air Force Financial Officer – 4 Years  MBA, Boise State University  BS-Business Administration, University Of Idaho Lance Chugg – Chief Financial Officer and Director  Banking And Industry Financial Specialist  MBA, Brigham Young University  MA, Pennsylvania State University  BA, Claremont McKenna College, Magna Cum Laude And Phi Beta Kappa  Multilingual-French, Italian and German  Member Of The CFA Society Janice M. Lewis – Human Resources & Accounting and Corporate Secretary  Payroll Manager, University Of Idaho – 10 Years  Director Of Human Resources And Accounting, TS2Corp – 5 Years  BS-Accounting, University Of Idaho 5
  6. 6. The management team is supplemented with consulting support from David W. Hansen – the inventor  Graduated Aero Tech Program, Utah State, A&P  Graduated Industrial Engineering Program, Cal Poly  Tool Engineer, Atlas and Centaur Missile Program  Various Engineer positions with TRW, Rucker & Spencer Hydraulics, McGill Bearing and Schurman  Instructor, Fluid Power, Hydraulics and Pneumatics at Clark College  Multiple ATAVs built : 1991, 1996, 2001 & 2004  V22 version built and demonstrated to Marine Corps  Patent # 5318141 on Low Impact Tracked Vehicles 1994  Patent # 5547268 on Traction Device 1996  Why There is a world-wide commercial, security and military market for a truly capable and cost effective ATAV. When ATAV, Inc. is currently finishing engineering refinement (2010) and will begin production (during fall 2010 depending on orders). There are alternate schedules for normal and fast track commercial or military applications. The implementation will depend on customer needs, desires and funding:  May – June 2010 - PRO 5 Updates and Developmental Testing and Evaluation  June 2010 - PRO 6 Design Complete  July - August 2010 – Build PRO 6  August 2010 - Unveil PRO 5 At Western Idaho Fair  October 2010 – Start Production At Mt Home, Idaho facility  November – December 2010 – ATAV 001 Roll Out  2011 – Develop, Test, Evaluate and Produce a Military Version How The team executive and management team is in place. The key engineering, technical, production and business development, marketing and sales personnel have been identified and are either, available and ready, or are already at work. The work force skills are known and the schedules, work plans and budget are developed. Where  Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – Corporate Headquarters  Arlington, Virginia – National Capital Region Office 6
  7. 7.  Post Falls, Idaho – Finny Boat Works – PRO 5 Upgrades  Boise, Idaho—PRO 6 Development and Construction  Mt Home, Idaho – Production Facility  Idaho Test And Evaluation Locations o Water/Ice – Lake Coeur d’Alene (Main Lake, Marshes, Rivers and Streams o Mountains/Snow/Ice – Within 100 Mile Radius o Uneven Rocky Terrain - Within 100 Mile Radius o Desert/Sand – SW Idaho Desert ATAV, Inc. A Transnational Strategic Solutions, Inc. (TS2Corp) Company www.ATAVInc.com www.TS2Corp.Com Corporate Headquarters Rand C. Lewis, Ph.D. Chief Executive Officer 610 W. Hubbard Street, Suite 120 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814 (208) 664-9520 (208) 664-9518 (Fax) rlewis@ATAVInc.com National Capital Region Office Gary D. Vest, AICP Chairman and President Buckingham Station P.O. BOX 3598 Arlington, VA 22203 (703) 995-4724 (Worldwide Fax and Voice Mail) GVest@ATAVInc.com 05/20/10 7

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