C-20F Gulfstream IV
The C-20F is a Gulfstream Aerospace Corp Gulfstream IV with two MK-661-8 engines. This US Army variant consists of the basic production Gulfstream IV aircraft modified with executive interior and additional avionics for use as a staff transport (14 passengers, 5 crew).
The EC-20F System, which is a AN/AIC-32(V) variant, is comprised of 1 CCU and 5 CSUs and 2 MSUs Some features of the EC-20F System are: 3 to 1 WB Crypto Switching - can use any of three V/UHF devices with a single KY device; 5 T/R radios; 2 Receive only radios; 11 Navaids; 4 Intercom Nets; and 7 Operator Interfaces.
Introduced in 1985, the large-cabin, long-range GIV is a holder of more than 70 world records, including both eastbound and westbound around-the-world speed records. The GIV has met the air transportation needs for corporations, governments, including heads of states, private individuals, and air charter companies around the world. Powered by two Rolls-Royce Tay engines, the GIV can fly up to 4,220 nautical miles at Mach .80 and with a take-off distance of 5,450 feet, the GIV can land in airports with runways too short to accommodate commercial aircraft. Additionally, the GIV, with a dispatch reliability rate of 99.66 percent, is the most dependable in its class.
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