History of the Bloodstone
In the ancient world, Bloodstone (Heliotrope) was considered to be the most beautiful of the Jaspers, a deep, earthy green gem emboldened with spots of bright red. Called the Sun Stone, and later Christ’s Stone, its energy carries the purity of blood and inherently speaks of life and birth, vitality and strength, passion and courage. The most widely known legend of this stone comes from the Middle Ages and claims the “Blood Stone” was formed at the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, when the blood of his wounds fell onto the dark green earth and turned to stone. Its coagulant effect was renowned, and for this reason, ancient warriors often carried Bloodstones as an amulet of protection and courage, as well as its practical applications. Ground, powdered, and mixed with honey, it was used to cure tumors, draw out snake venom and staunch hemorrhages.

Bloodstone, at its core, is staffed with a dedicated veteran team inspired to make it better for the next generation of war fighter medics and EMS providers. To this end, we currently hold distribution for over 165 medical and rescue companies worldwide, enabling us to create customized solutions.

From my basement in Tennessee, I utilized my time and experience as an SF Medic to design the modules that make up the current USSOCOM TCCC CASEVAC Program.  With this experience, I then worked with Pat Thompson (former SF Medic - UK) in a life boat service center in Bergen, Norway, to design the twenty-nine modules that make up the Norwegian Pre-Hospital program. 

We vowed to make a difference to those in the field who provide point of injury care through to tactical evacuation (TACEVAC). Our designs are, and will always be, modular. This design philosophy enables end users to customize and optimize their equipment to meet their individual missions. 

A few years ago I attended a briefing and my biggest take away was the advice given... "Move at the speed of war" 

This is our intent. 

We excel in our ability to design, procure, assemble, field, and spiral develop Medical Sets, Kits, and Modules. Our team members have many years of direct and relevant past performance in the configuration management and fielding of kits being fielded to end users in both CONUS and OCONUS locations.

Bloodstone Division utilizes our extensive background of real-world experience, innovative mindset, and medical program management to customize medical sets, modules, and kits that meet requirements.

We deliver repeatable world class medical solutions on time and on budget to meet program objectives.

To our industry partners and customers....

Thank you for the opportunity to continue to serve, and to serve you...

The next generation.

Nous Defions

Dave Spence,



Research and Development Awards

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), SBIR Phase 1 Award, Contract # 75D30119P06301, Bloodstone Airtight, Impervious, Secure, UAS Delivery Modules for Medications, Vaccines, and Whole-Blood.

USAF, Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I Award, Topic AF19C-T010, Contract # FA864920P0367, THERMAL INSULATION, VIBRATION MITIGATION & PRESSURE INJURY REDUCTION.

USAF, Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II Award, II Topic AF19C-T010, Contract # FA864920P0982, THERMAL INSULATION, VIBRATION MITIGATION & PRESSURE INJURY REDUCTION.

US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA), Material Transfer Agreement (MTA), Inflatable Patient Isolation Pod, Contract # W81XWH-20-0152.

US Department of Homeland Security, Phase I OTS DHS Silicon Valley, Present and Future Virus Mitigation - Citriodiol Based Topical Skin Spray to combat SARS-CoV-2, Contract # 70RSAT21T0000009.

Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, USSOCOM Surgeons Office, CRADA Agreement, USSOCOM-SOF AT&L-ST-14-01-ST88, MEQU M-Warmer IV Fluid Warmer Starter Kits.

Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, USSOCOM-SOF-AT&L-14-01-ST88, Medical Equipment Delivery in Austere Environments, Save-Chain™, Untethered Medical and Rescue Logistics.