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iJET Strengthens Senior Executive Team with Promotion and New Hire

May 21, 2012

ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — iJET International, a leading provider of global intelligence and business resiliency services, today announced that Bruce McIndoe, iJET co-founder and former president, has assumed the position of CEO. McIndoe succeeds Stephen Hoffman, who joined the company in 2008 and has left the company to pursue other professional interests.

The company also announced the addition of travel and medical assistance veteran John Rose as Chief Operating Officer. In this position, Rose will oversee the day-to-day operations of the company as well as manage iJET’s business development initiatives. Rose brings more than 19 years of experience in security, medical and travel assistance to iJET. Prior to iJET, Rose spent 15 years at Travel Guard Worldwide, a Chartis company, where he advanced to the position of division president. He previously served as Program Director of the US Department of Defense’s Travel and Information department in Naples, Italy. Throughout his career, Rose has built a deep expertise in managing complex international travel operations, focusing on risk management, security and cost containment. Rose is an active member of several travel industry advisory councils and is a frequent speaker and subject matter expert on international travel risk.

“As business opportunities are identified in emerging markets, organizations are increasingly sending employees into less developed areas and hot spots of unrest. The need to protect employees on business travel has never been greater,” said McIndoe. “John is joining iJET at an exciting time, as we expand our response services to meet client and market needs. His tremendous knowledge and expertise aligns well with iJET’s growth plan. We are delighted to add John to our senior executive team.”

iJET offers a range of response services that are designed to integrate with the travel risk management programs of multinational corporations and government organizations, extending the capability of a client’s own response team. Ranging from global hotline services (Worldcue®24), to case-managed security and medical assistance, to an integrated travel, medical and security response service delivered in partnership with AXA Assistance and G4S (Intelligo), iJET’s response offerings enable multinational organizations to effectively meet the assistance needs of their global mobile workforce.

iJET’s leadership changes follow four years of double-digit revenue growth for the company, fueled in part by its response business.

About iJET International

iJET International, Inc. (iJET) is an intelligence-driven provider of business resiliency and risk management solutions to over 500 multinational corporations and government organizations – helping them survive and thrive amidst global threats to their people, facilities and supply chain assets. iJET’s team of world-class intelligence analysts and patented Worldcue® Global Control Center technology solutions equip decision-makers and organizations with real-time information to anticipate, respond to and emerge from business disruptions with a competitive edge. For more information about iJET, visit: www.iJET.com.

iJET, Travel Intelligence and Worldcue are registered trademarks of iJET International. All rights reserved.

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