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RADA ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES ANNOUNCES ORDER BY FOREIGN AIR FORCE

 HERZLIYA PITUACH, Israel, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- RADA Electronic Industries Limited (NASDAQ: RADIF) announced today that an order for its Autonomous Combat-maneuvers Evaluation System (ACE) has been received from the Air Force of an unnamed foreign country.
 Although the amount of the initial order was not significant, the company believes that the receipt of the order is significant since it marks the company's entry into a new market place.
 The A.C.E. is a new low-cost concept for an on-board flight- debriefing system that replaces the expensive and area-limited A.C.M.I. pods, thus enabling unlimited debriefing of any flight.
 The company is currently marketing this product to a number of potential users.
 RADA Electronic Industries Ltd. is headquartered in Israel and has subsidiaries in the United States and Europe. The company is engaged in the development and marketing of advanced electronic equipment for the defense and commercial aviation markets.
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 /CONTACT: Neil Pace of RADA Electronic Industries, 212-734-8340/
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