Gulfstream C-37A "Gulfstream V"
The Coast Guard placed an order for a single Gulfstream V with Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation in December 2000 to replace the Commandant's aging C-20B aircraft. Its military designation is C-37A. It was placed in service on 11 May 2002.
It is stationed at Air Station Washington.
C-37A in production. This is a view from across the assembly hangar looking at the right forward fuselage and right wing from the co-pilot's side. Picture taken 28 August 2001.
C-37A moves into the completion hangar. This is where the interior and equipment installations are completed. Photo taken 5 December 2001.
C-37A production flight test.
This is a product flight test on 1 Oct. 2001 that followed the "First" flight on 15 September 2001. Photo taken 1 October 2001.
C-37A after painting of fuselage.
Photo taken 29 January 2002.
C-37A in flight.
COAST GUARD GULFSTREAM V (FOR RELEASE)
Washington (March 22, 2006) U.S. Coast Guard Gulfstream V (CG1) as seen landing. DHS photo by Barry Bahler.