RONKONKOMA, N.Y., Jan. 29, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Aero Marine Engine, Inc., (OTCBB:ARMR) a developmental stage company which has acquired the rights to the Dyna-Cam engine, a proprietary internal combustion engine, is pleased to announce today that Alan Cohen has been appointed by the Board of Directors to the position of Executive Vice President for Sales and Marketing.

Richard Powers, CEO of Aero Marine commented, "I have known Alan from both the marine industry and the offshore racing circuits for at least the past 20 years. We are very fortunate to have a man of Alan's accomplishments and affiliations join our team. Together with Alan we will be able to fast track the marketing effort for the Dyna-Cam engine. Both Alan and I will be at the Miami Boat Show (February 12th - 17th, 2004), exhibiting a model of the revolutionary Dyna-Cam engine and Perma Tune's Plasmatronic Ignition System." (OTCBB:TMXT)

Among Alan's many accomplishments in the marine field are: Director of Dealer Development for a large multi-national yacht manufacturing company, yacht sizes 40 to 120 feet, Director of Sales and Marketing for Offshore performance boats and developed and managed a sales program for a major European engine company.

In addition, Alan is affiliated with many boating associations including: Chief Referee and Chief Inspector for the American Power Boat Association, and Chief Referee, Chief Starter and Safety Director for the United States Offshore Association, both for the past 15 years.

About Aero Marine Engine, Inc.

The Dyna-Cam engine is an internal combustion engine where the pistons drive a cam to generate power to the main shaft. The main shaft is in a parallel direction to piston movement, without connecting rods or crankshaft. The engine has approximately 40% fewer moving parts than a conventional internal combustion engine, has a greater power to weight ratio, produces high torque at low rpm, operates with less vibration, and is lighter than the competition. Additional information on Aero Marine can be found at

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