The Medevac II series is the most widely used helicopter rescue litter, currently in use with civilian and military operators worldwide, including all branches of the US Military, the Italian Coast Guard Japan Self Defense Force, Canada Department of National Defense, Royal Australian Army, and is standard equipment aboard all US Coast Guard helicopters. 

The Medevac II is a modern Stokes-type litter constructed fortwenty years of service life in the marine environment and is available in two models; a rigid frame (Medevac II) or break-apart frame (Medevac IIA). The Break-Apart model occupies approximately half the stowage space of rigid litters. Screw-couplers with self-aligning pins secure the top tubes firmly together, and the lower skid tubes attach with hook and pin-type fittings permitting quick assembly.  This coupler system is the strongest in use on any stretcher today. When assembled, the Medevac IIA Break-Apart is as robust as the rigid Medevac II, proof load tested to3,000 lbs with no deformation or damage.

Both the Medevac II & IIA litters are offered with polished Type 304 Stainless Steel and the IIA model is available with lightweight Titanium frames. The tubular components have a wall thickness that is 30% greater than that used on other MIL-SPEC & commercial litters for extended service life and durability. Included with each litter are five (5) color-coded patient restraint straps with LSC’s exclusive double locking Quick Release Safety Buckles.

The Narrow Flotation Kit #103 reduces the width of a litter with installed flotation by 4". The narrow profile is accomplished with half-width, "D" shaped flotation logs and a foam back pad. Components in the flotation kit are constructed from high quality synthetic materials suitable for the marine environment. When properly installed, the added flotation kit provides positive self-righting and head-up flotation characteristics. The included retainer straps prevent fouling of the patient restraint straps during in-water rescues.

Medevac Litter IIA #406

Medevac Litter IIA (Stowed) #406

recovery operation with stretcher

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