Some highlights include:
- First Standard Anti-G Suits and Valves
- Used by allied fighter pilots during World War II to prevent blacking out during high-G maneuvers.
- First Operational Capstan Pressure Suits
- Developed for X-1 rocket plane test pilots who broke the sound barrier and first explored high-altitude flight.
- X-15 Full-Pressure Suits
- Developed for test pilots who flew the X-15 to record speeds and altitudes - Mach 6.70 and 354,200 feet.
- Gemini Space Suits
- Various models developed to satisfy each mission's unique requirements, including the G-4C space suit for Ed White's first U.S. space walk and the G-5C "soft" space suits for Frank Borman and Jim Lovell on their 14-day endurance spaceflight.
- Apollo Communications Carrier
- Worn by all Apollo astronauts on their lunar missions, providing clear and reliable communications with mission control on Earth.
- Standard Full-Pressure Suits
- Numerous models worn by pilots of various high-altitude aircraft such as the RB-57, NF-104, F-106, F-4, F-15, XB-70, HL-10, X-24, U-2, AND SR-71 Blackbird.
- Shuttle Advanced Crew Escape Suits
- Launch Entry Suits and Advanced Crew Escape Suits worn by space shuttle astronauts.