CMC Government Supply knows that being prepared for any emergency situation creates a sense of overall confidence and can save a life. That is why they are pleased to be able to offer Cyalume SnapLight LightSticks. These light sticks have been known to help rescue crews find injured hikers and provide hours of light if flashlight batteries die. They are lightweight making them easy to carry and the preferred option for those who need to pack a lighter load.
SnapLight LightSticks are non-toxic, waterproof, buoyant and non-flammable. They come in lengths of 6 inches, illuminating the area for up to 12 hours. These light sticks are easy to use and provide 360 degrees of light immediately when you need it. They come in 6 colors.
Every second counts in an emergency situation and Cyalume knows that getting found in time to receive help is critical. That is why they manufacture the SOS Signal and Light. The SOS is perfect for rescue and outdoor safety operations. The lightweight SOS has a protective plastic outer casing that remains attached by a 30" lanyard and acts as a handle. When the user spins the device, it forms a distinctive 4 foot circle pattern visible up to three miles from the air and 1 mile on land. The SOS can be placed in an emergency kit or vehicle. It is available in green and provides 8 hours of illumination. (A high intensity, 5 minute SOS is also available in orange.)
CMC Government Supply also suggests the Coast Guard Approved, Personal Marker Lights which are the superior clip-on identifying signal for rescue-at-sea or evacuation operations. PML’s easily attach to PFD's and immersion suits for quick identification. Designed to be lightweight, waterproof, and buoyant, the PML is the ideal emergency locator. Squeezing the handle provides immediate activation. When the protective sleeve is removed, 360° of reliable light is visible up to 1 nautical mile and up to 3 miles by air. PML’s are recommended for off-shore and workboat personnel. These are offered in n green and provide 8 hours of illumination.