The proposed lithium-air cell has a broad range of commercial applications from storing energy for satellites in space to powering robots deep beneath the ocean floor. Lithium-air cells have the potential to replace other cells and batteries currently used to power electronic equipment. The strength of the system is its very high energy density and specific energy. Its lightweight nature and flexible design provide it adaptability to many commercial products such as cell phones and computers. The proposed high specific energy lithium-air cell has the potential to be used as a primary cell. The lithium-air cell could provide energy storage for astronaut equipment such as oxygen concentrators up to human outposts. This technology may also be used to power vehicles on the land, air or sea, and even rovers. The lithium-air cells are adaptable to near space and terrestrial applications.