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Defense Metals Corp. (DFMTF) – Diamond Drilling Nearing Completion

Natural Resources
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Friday, September 23, 2022

Defense Metals Corp. is a mineral exploration and development company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral deposits containing metals and elements commonly used in the electric power market, defense industry, national security sector and in the production of green energy technologies, such as, rare earths magnets used in wind turbines and in permanent magnet motors for electric vehicles. Defense Metals owns 100% of the Wicheeda Rare Earth Element Property located near Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. Defense Metals Corp. trades in Canada under the symbol “DEFN” on the TSX Venture Exchange, in the United States, under “DFMTF” on the OTCQB and in Germany on the Frankfurt Exchange under “35D”.

Mark Reichman, Senior Research Analyst, Natural Resources, Noble Capital Markets, Inc.

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Drilling nearing completion. Defense Metals released results for the first two drill holes, representing 720 meters of drilling, associated with the company’s ongoing 2022 diamond drill program. To date, 15 drill holes, representing 4,800 meters of drilling, have been completed. In aggregate, the company expects to complete 5,000 meters of drilling in 18 holes to upgrade existing resource categories. The company is completing remaining pit slope geotechnical and hydrogeological holes. The initial results were favorable and demonstrate continuity of mineralization over significant widths. Investors should expect a steady flow of assay results from the company in the weeks and months ahead.

Encouraging drill results. Hole WI22-64 returned a broad mineralized intercept of high-grade dolomite carbonate in the upper portions of the hole, and mixed mineralized xenolithic dolomite carbonate and syenite at depth averaging 1.78% total rare earth oxide (TREO) over 192 meters, including 3.13% TREO over 73 meters. The partial assays reported for WI22-64, one of the deepest holes drilled to date, are from surface to a depth of 284 meters. Results for the remaining 101 meters to the end of hole at 384.5 meters are expected shortly. Hole WI22-62 collared 120 meters to the north of WI22-64, intersected a 109-meter interval of mineralized dolomite carbonatite returning 1.39% TREO over 167 meters, including 2.29% TREO over 48 meters.


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