Stratos Announces Newly Elected Directors

Friday, May 26, 2006
Stratos Global Corporation announced that Sir Robert Walmsley and Mr. Michael Bayer were elected as new members of the Corporation's Board of Directors at its annual general meeting held May 11, 2006. Sir Robert Walmsley was Chief of Defence Procurement at the UK Ministry of Defense ("MoD") from 1996 until his retirement from public service in 2003. Prior to his MoD appointment, Sir Robert was a career officer in the Royal Navy, where he rose to the rank of Vice Admiral in 1994 and served for two years as Controller of the Navy. Sir Robert is also currently on the Board of Directors of British Energy Group plc., Cohort plc, EDO Corporation and General Dynamics Corporation. Michael Bayer acts as a consultant for strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, specializing in the energy and national security sectors. Bayer is a Member of the U.S. Department of Defense Science Board, the Chief of Naval Operations Executive Panel, the U.S. European Command Senior Advisory Group and Sandia National Laboratory National Security Panel.

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