Four Gulfstream groups win FAA awards


FAA recognises expertise at Brunswick, Ramstein and Andrews awarding them the FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician Employer Diamond Award for Excellence 2011

Four maintenance groups within
Gulfstream Aerospace recently received the US FAA Aviation Maintenance
Technician (AMT) Employer Diamond Award of Excellence for 2011.

The Gulfstream award
recipients are the Gulfstream Brunswick service center; the US Air Force C-37
Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) Programme at Ramstein Air Base in Germany; and the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army C-37
programmes at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.
Gulfstream Brunswick has won the award 12 years in a row, while the C-37 CLS
group at Ramstein won both times it was eligible. The Navy and Army C-37 CLS
groups at Andrews have won it nine of the last 10 years and 10 of the last 11
years, respectively.

“Winning this award is a
tribute to the dedication of our maintenance technicians,” said Mark
Burns, president, Gulfstream Product Support. “Their continuous training and
professional growth reaffirms our commitment to having the safest, most
reliable aircraft in the industry.”

The C-37 is the military
version of the Gulfstream GV or G550 business jet. Gulfstream’s CLS staff
supports multiple C-37s for worldwide transport of Air Force, Army, Coast Guard
and Navy leadership, and other US
government officials.