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DCX SIGNS SUPPLIER AGREEMENT WITH CODAR TECHNOLOGY

 FRANKTOWN, Colo., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- DCX Inc. (NASDAQ: DCXI) today announced finalization of an agreement to become the exclusive supplier of sophisticated electronic interconnect assemblies to Codar Technology Inc., a Longmont, Colo., subsidiary of NAI Technologies Inc. of Hauppage, N.Y. Codar is the leading "ruggedizer" of computers, safeguarding them against temperature extremes and other threatening external forces.
 The agreement is for a period of one year, with an option for a two-year extension. Revenue expected to flow to DCX from the agreement is difficult to calculate, as it is contingent on Codar's receipt of government contracts. However, a source close to the transaction suggested that $250,000, is a reasonable first-year estimate.
 DCX president, Jeanne M. Anderson, said that the alliance with Codar is part of the company's recently announced strategy of expanding its aerospace/defense business, and entering commercial markets, through co-ventures and business acquisitions. DCX is in the final process of resolving litigation with the U.S. government, and collecting over $5 million of compensable damages. Net proceeds will be used to help fund DCX's growth strategy.
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 /CONTACT: Fred Beisser of DCX, 303-688-6070 or 303-378-0720 (after hours); or Bruce Haun of B. Edward Haun & Co., 303-595-4667/
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