SANTA ANA, Calif., Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- (Pinksheets: SVMI.PK - News) On September 11, 2011 at Lake Elsinore, Calif. it was 0500 the sun could barely be seen when 426 U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command cheered, as they received approval for their historic jump. This historic jump memorialized the tragic event that took place 09/11, along with Operation Valiant Warrior II. This year SaviCorp (SVMI) was able to distinguish itself as an avid supporter of its U.S. Armed Forces through the weekend of recognition.
Valiant Warrior II recognizes the 17 paratroopers' who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the current war in Iraq. "It's so important that we are recognizing of all our fallen heroes on this day 09/11," Michael Elliott, retired Army Ranger, and All-Veteran Combat Parachute Team explained.
The Association of the United States Army hosted this event at the skydiving jump site in Lake Elsinore, Calif., and at Edwards Air Force Base; and select members of the Army's Golden Knights Parachute Team were also in attendance. Two SaviCorp shareholders Ed Foster and Jolyne Roberts got the privilege of tandem skydiving with Elliott. "Wow, what a rush," said Roberts as she safely landed on the ground. "When President George Bush Sr. wants to jump he calls Elliot; only the best for us."
The 2nd annual Operation Valiant Warrior proved to be a weekend packed with excitement and patriotism. The weekend concluded with a World War II evening attire themed military ball. The support from SVMI sponsored a table of Soldiers, and their family members for this unique ball. To view pictures of this event click here - http://www.savicorp.com/Albums/ValiantWarrior/valiantwarrior.aspx
"We are so blessed and fortunate to have the freedoms of our country protected by our Armed Forces," Serge Monros, SVMI CEO commented. "We're thrilled to have the honor and privilege of supporting our soldiers and their families for Operation Valiant Warrior at this remarkable event, on this historic weekend. SaviCorp looks forward to continuing our support of our nation's military."
SaviCorp (savicorp.com) is an innovative automotive technology company that licenses, manufactures, distributes and services an array of patented technologies and products that reduce harmful emissions and improve fuel efficiency. The Company, an evolution of more than twenty years of automotive engine emissions testing, materials research and development, was formed to create, support and license our patented supplementary vehicle Emissions Reduction Technologies (ERT) to reduce emissions and improve efficiency. Using proprietary methods and processes, the Company's flagship DynoValve system protects the environment, lessens an engine's carbon offsets, increases gas mileage, and improves engine performance resulting in dramatic savings in both fuel and oil.
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