Tactical & Survival Specialties, Inc.® (TSSi) was founded in 1980 by retired U.S. Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Bill Strang. With more than 40 years of experience, TSSi is a leader in providing tactical and specialized operational equipment to the U.S. Special Operations community as well as federal, state, and local law enforcement and disaster recovery professionals.

Since its inception, TSSi has focused on satisfying its customers with methods that are unusual for the industry:

  • We have over 100,000 best-selling items in stock at all times for quick turnaround and reliable ordering.

  • We are based in a security clearance capable, 44,000 square foot facility located on a major shipping route.

  • We have built partnerships with the industry's leading suppliers and have solid relationships with thousands of vendors worldwide.

  • We personally resolve product quality issues at our facility, saving customers time and money.

TSSi is one of the most respected companies in the tactical gear and equipment industry. We are known for our professionalism, high standards, and uncompromising integrity. Contact us today and discover why TSSi is the tactical gear and solutions choice for the most discerning professionals and agencies worldwide.

TSSi was acquired by Noble Supply & Logistics in 2021. The Noble-TSSi partnership expands the companies' capabilities in meeting customers' requirements for competitive pricing on a broad range of SOE equipment, dedicated customer service, and product expertise, along with established vendor relationships and agreements to serve Military and Government customers better.

“I am thrilled to join forces with TSSi and expand our product offering to our customers. This acquisition brings together two companies that are razor-focused on ensuring that our warfighters and government customers have the supplies, gear, and equipment they need to complete their missions. Both companies complement each other extremely well, and we are looking forward to working together to add value to the DOD supply chain.”
— Tom Noble, CEO