C-20D is an FAA certified Gulfstream III aircraft that provides
world-wide airlift for senior leadership and dignitaries. The C-20G is
an FAA certified Gulfstream IV aircraft that provides long range,
medium airlift logistics support for Fleet Battle Groups.
Gulfstream III is an all-weather, long-range, high speed aircraft
powered by two Rolls-Royce Limited Spey MK511-8 turbofan engines with
thrust reversers. The aircraft has an executive compartment with
accommodations for five passengers and a staff compartment with
accommodations for eight passengers. A walk-in baggage area of 157
cubic feet, fully pressurized, is accessible from the cabin. C-20D
aircraft are operated by Fleet Logistics Support Wing Detachment at
Naval Air Facility, Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, D.C.
its life, the aircraft has been operated and commercially supported by
the Navy using Navy and FAA processes, procedures and certifications.
It continues to be maintained commercially at all levels of maintenance
and relies on commercially available components and equipment to
Gulfstream IV is an all-weather, long-range, high speed aircraft
powered by two Rolls-Royce Limited Tay MK611-8 turbofan engines
equipped with thrust reversers. The aircraft may be configured for
cargo operations, passenger operations or combinations of the two. With
passengers seats removed, it may be modified to the following
configurations: three pallets/no passengers, two pallets/eight
passengers, and one pallet/fourteen passengers. With a full complement
of seats installed, the aircraft is capable of accommodating up to
twenty-six passengers and a crew of four. A hydraulically-operated
cargo door is installed on the starboard side of the aircraft to
facilitate loading and unloading of cargo.
ball roller cargo floor is capable of accommodating palletized cargo. A
walk-in baggage area of 157 cubic feet, fully pressurized, is
accessible from the cabin. C-20G aircraft are operated Fleet Logistics
Support Squadron Four Eight (VR-48) and Marine Air Support Detachment
(MASD) at Naval Air Facility, Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, DC
and at Fleet Logistics Support Wing Detachment, Marine Corps Base,
Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.