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G5, G.V, G.5 or G-5 may refer to:

Groups and organizations[edit]

  • Group of Five, five nations which have joined together for an active role in the rapidly evolving international order
  • G5, the leading five emerging economies in the mid-2000s (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa)
  • G5 group, former group of the largest West European countries (France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Spain) now expanded to G6 by Poland's entry
  • G5 (universities), a grouping of five public research universities in England
  • G5 Entertainment, a video game developer and publisher, based Sweden; see List of PlayStation minis

Science and technology[edit]


  • PowerPC G5, the PowerPC 970 microprocessor from IBM
    • Power Mac G5, Apple's marketing name for models of the Power Macintosh which contain the IBM PowerPC G5 CPU
    • iMac G5, an all-in-one desktop computer by Apple
  • Motorola G5 project, the failed Motorola PowerPC project to succeed its own PPC 74x
  • Logitech G5, a gaming mouse with variable weight and sensitivity settings


  • Fifth generation jet fighter, the newest and most advanced generation of fighter aircraft
  • G5 howitzer, a South African howitzer
  • G5 carbine, a Georgian assault rifle
  • G.V, a German designation for several World War I heavy bombers:
    • AEG G.V, a biplane bomber aircraft of World War I, a further refinement of the AEG G.IV
    • Gotha G.V, a heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I
  • G-5 class motor torpedo boat, a World War II Soviet torpedo boat
  • G5, in NATO military shorthand for the Assistant Chief Of Staff or senior staff officer on Civil/Military Co-ordination (CIMIC) and Public Affairs at the division level and higher



Other uses[edit]

  • G5 paper, a Swedish paper format additional to SIS 014711
  • G5 bipin, a lamp standard
  • G5, the in-game ID used by the 2010 World Cyber Games United States Champion of StarCraft: Brood War, Eric Rothmuller
  • G5 (or more often the "Group of Five"), in American college football, the "mid-major" conferences without a bowl tie-in to the College Football Playoff

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