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Air International 1985-07
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??? - Gulfstream ... Versatility through Concentration
A model of the Gulfstream IV, which is to fly in 1986.
Three-view of the Gulfstream IV and an additional side view (bottom right) of the projected Gulfstream IVB.
The SRA-1 demonstrator in "clean" configuration.
One of the three Gulfstream SMA-3s in service with the Royal Danish Air Force, showing its ability to launch survival equipment from the modified rear baggage door.
Two of the three Gulfstream C-20As now operated by the USAF in the special air mission role, as VIP transports. These are basically off-the-shelf Gulfstream IIIs, and the purchase of eight more is under negotiation.
The Gulfstream SRA-1 demonstrator, with SLAMMR pod under the fuselage and wing-tip sensors in place of the usual winglets.
The SRA-1 with a variety of weapons displayed on the wing pylons, and the cargo door open.
The flight deck of the Gulfstream SRA-1 is similar to the latest standard of the Gulfstream III, with a five-tube EFIS using the Sperry SPZ-800 automatic flight guidance and control system. The Gulfstream IV will have a further developed FMS with a six-tube display.
View looking forward in the SRA-1, with the LOROP camera in the forward port side of the cabin, and a total of four console positions.
View looking forward in the SRA-1, with the LOROP camera in the forward port side of the cabin, and a total of four console positions.
A view through the open cargo door of the SMA-1 demonstrator, showing the console for side-looking airborne radar.
Gulfstream Aerospace Gulfstream SRA-1
The three-view depicts the Gulfstream SRA-1 configured for electronic reconnaissance; the additional side view (bottom right) shows the ASW version with search radar and MAD.