Los Angeles, CA.  April 4, 2022 – On April 2, 2022, USN submitted its full proposal in response to a Preferred Source Quote Request from Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z. o. o. for 500 drones, with the option to buy a second 500-piece tranche (1,000 in total) to support Ukraine.

Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. intensively analyzes and seeks customers to purchase 500 to 1000 drones in Europe in connection with Russia's aggression towards Ukraine.

These drones are non-military equipment designed to defend the civilian population in terms of radiological and chemical safety, increasing the chances of survival of civilians in the war.

Drones are designed to designate safe travel and evacuation routes for civilians, mainly from urban areas in the event of the use of weapons of mass destruction and coordination of rescue operations.

The civilian evacuation corridors open temporarily depending on the situation at the front, as well as the distribution of radioactive fallout and chemical warfare agents, not to mention dangerous dust and fumes from conventional explosives and burning buildings, all of which can strongly depend on changing weather conditions. Escape routes can lead through hard-to-reach areas that cannot be reached by CBRN vehicles and mobile robots. In such a situation, only US Nuclear Corp. drones can effectively reach and monitor the evacuation corridors.

In the case of war conditions: shelling, rubble, impassable roads, mined fields, densely forested areas, mud, drones are the only option to reach selected places in order to help and evacuate civilians.

Drones will also be needed to protect the civilian population of NATO and EU countries in the event of an escalation of the conflict in Ukraine. On March 2, 2022, Sweden's airspace was breached by 4 Russian planes, two of which were probably equipped with nuclear weapons.

A package offered by US Nuclear Corp. was prepared upon request and in cooperation with Solar System Resources Corporation Sp. z o. o. It contains specialized solutions enabling the detection of radioactive and chemical contamination in war conditions, increasing the chance of saving civilians.

Moreover, US Nuclear Corp.’s deep knowledge and wide mesh of contacts throughout the drone industry allow USN to select and customize best drone platform and specific accessories to meet user needs.

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US Nuclear Corp. (UCLE)
Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman
Rachel Boulds, Chief Financial Officer
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