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C-37A (Gulfstream V) and C-37B (Gulfstream 550)

 
Description
The C-37A is a military version of the Gulfstream V and C-37B is a military version of the Gulfstream 550 aircraft that provide world-wide airlift for senior leadership and dignitaries.
 
Features
C-37 are low-wing, business jets powered by two turbofan engines equipped with thrust reversers capable of all-weather, long-range, high-speed nonstop flights.
 
Point Of Contact
Naval Air Systems Command
Public Affairs Department
47123 Buse Road, Unit IPT
Bldg. 2272, Suite 075
Patuxent River, MD 20670-5440
(301)757-1487
 
General Characteristics
Contractor: CLS - Gulfstream.
Unit Cost: New G550 - $64 Million.
Propulsion: GV - (2) Rolls Royce BR 710-A2 turbofan engines equipped with thrust reversers. G550 - (2) Rolls Royce BR 710-C4 turbofan engines equipped with thrust reversers.
Length: (Nose to Tail) GV 96.5 feet (29.41m) / G550 96.5 feet (29.41m).
Height: (Tail Height) GV 25.10 feet (7.65m) / G550 25.10 feet (7.65m).
Wingspan: GV 93.6 feet (28.53m) / G550 93.6 feet (28.53 m)
Weight: Max. gross, take-off - GV 90,500 lbs. (41,050 kg) / G550 91,000 lbs. (41,276 kg)
Airspeed: 0.885 Mach. (both GV and G550)
Range: GV - Max (varies with passengers) 5,800nm (10.741 km) / G550 - Max (varies with passengers) 6,750nm (12,501 km)
Crew: Pilot, Co-Pilot and Crew chief, flight attendant and/or loadmaster added as required. Crewed by USMC/USN Reserves.
 
Last Update: 13 April 2017