Apple Board Of Directors Rewards CEO Steve Jobs With Gulfstream V

Apple Board Of Directors Rewards CEO Steve Jobs With Gulfstream V

Savannah, GA, January 20, 2000 - The Apple Computer Inc. board of directors awarded CEO Steven P. Jobs yesterday with a Gulfstream V ultra-long range business jet. Editors seeking high-resolution exterior and interior images of the Gulfstream V for publication are invited to visit our online Hi-Resolution Photo Gallery.

The Gulfstream V is the world's first and most successful ultra-long range business aircraft. With 63 world and national records since its introduction into service in 1997, the Gulfstream V offers the most advanced technology available in business aircraft today. The Gulfstream V is capable of flying 6,500 nautical miles and at speeds up to Mach .885.


Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), is the leading designer, developer, manufacturer and marketer of the world's most technologically advanced intercontinental business jet aircraft. The company has produced approximately 1,150 aircraft for customers around the world since 1958.

Gulfstream offers a full range of aircraft products and services to meet the aviation needs of its customers, including the Gulfstream IV-SP®, the ultra-long range Gulfstream V®, Gulfstream Shares®, Gulfstream Financial Services, Gulfstream LeaseSM, Gulfstream Pre-Owned Aircraft Sales, Gulfstream Charter Services®, Gulfstream Management ServicesSM and Gulfstream ServiceCare®. The company employs more than 8,200 people at eight locations.

General Dynamics, which is headquartered in Falls Church, Va., has leading market positions in shipbuilding and marine systems, land and amphibious combat systems, information systems, and business aviation. The corporation employs approximately 44,000 people worldwide and has annualized sales of approximately $10 billion. More information about the company can be found at



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