Improving how fast and how far an aircraft flies requires more than engineering a better way to make a jet soar. It also includes examining―even to a molecular level―every material used in manufacturing aircraft to develop something more advanced.
Special Missions Contacts
Troy Miller ⁄ ⁄ Regional Vice President, Military and Special Mission Sales
Office: +1 703 276 9500 (extension 37443)
Alex Kolar ⁄ ⁄ Regional Vice President, International Government Sales
Office: +1 703 276 9500 (extension 37447)
Dalton Allen ⁄ ⁄ Director, Strategic Business Pursuits
Office: +1 703 276 9500 (extension 37441)
Steve Chase ⁄ ⁄ Director, Government Sales Support
Office: +1 703 276 9500 (extension 37454)
Rich Nevitt ⁄ ⁄ Director, Government Business Development
Office: +1 703 276 9500 (extension 37455)
Explore Gulfstream's advanced systems and capabilities
Gulfstream was the first civilian aircraft manufacturer to successfully develop and certify the nose-mounted infrared Enhanced Vision System™ (EVS), improving flight safety and situational awareness for pilots.
Gulfstream aircraft are highly adaptable for a range of uses, whether training NASA pilots or helping hurricane hunters track storms.
Gulfstream aircraft have maintained a dispatch readiness rating of higher than 99 percent for aircraft that support every branch of the U.S. armed forces.