About Life Support International, Inc.
Serving the world's Aviation, Marine, and Tactical communities, Life Support International (LSI) is a unique company specializing in providing the finest Safety, Survival Accessories, Search & Rescue, and Protective Clothing available on the market today. LSI is both a manufacturer & distributor of US Mil-Spec, FAA & USCG approved life support equipment.
Featured Product of the Month
UNI-PAC III SAR KIT
The UNI-PAC III SAR Kit was developed for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). The kit consists of a water activated 20-person life raft, as well as other survival gear that can support up to 30 people for at least 72 hours.
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SAFE Symposium Booth
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F-16 Product Presentation Video
Click here to watch the recording of our live product presentation. During the presentation, we spoke about several products for the F-16 application including: LSI's Deployable Emergency Communication Kit, MACK-5A kit, and Improved Personnel Lowering Device.
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High Altitude Wing Kit (HAWK)
Life Support International's High Altitude Wing Kit (HAWK) is expanding search and rescue capabilities for Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV). The HAWK provides Search and Rescue solutions for various UAV models and is available in three sizes: Falcon, Osprey, and Eagle, with survival equipment tailored for land, desert, water, or icy conditions.
U.S. Navy Utilized UNI-PAC II to Rescue Stranded Fisherman Off Coast of Guam
The crew of a P-8A Poseidon aircraft from Patrol Squadron (VP) 45 located a missing mariner and his vessel during a Search and Rescue (SAR) operation Jan 17.
Life Support International's UNI-PAC III Extends Search and Rescue Capabilities of P-8A
“There’s no other rescue capability like it in the world,” Lee McDowall, Royal Australian Air Force.
Life Support International's UNI-PAC III Search and Rescue Kit supplies critical life saving equipment to downed survivors in emergency situations.