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This article is about a/an series entry (the 23rd) in the Super Sentai series.

Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive (救急戦隊ゴーゴーファイブ Kyūkyū Sentai GōGō Faibu, translated into English as Emergency Squadron GoGoFive, Five stylised in the logo as V), is the 23rd series of the long running Japanese Super Sentai television franchise. Its footage was used in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue. The series follows a emergency rescue motif.


Grandiene has been waiting for the day of resurrection, the day when the planets are in the alignment of the Grand Cross. Her children descend to the Earth to make it a realm of darkness for her. Ten years prior, Professor Tatsumi of the Tatsumi Disaster Prevention Institute predicted this event, but nobody believed him. He left his family so he can secretly develop and construct the Rescue System. Now in 1999, Professor Tatsumi appears again to give the means to save the world to his children.





Main article: GoGoFive (team)
GoRed Matoi Tatsumi
GoBlue Nagare Tatsumi
GoGreen Shou Tatsumi
GoYellow Daimon Tatsumi
GoPink Matsuri Tatsumi

Other HeroesEdit

Zeek Beast-Demon Hunter Zeek Kyoko Hayase


The Psyma FamilyEdit

The Juuma Demon ClanEdit


Category:Arsenal (GoGoFive)


Category:Mecha (GoGo-V)


Kyukyu Sentai GoGo-V Episodes


  • Opening: Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive
  • Ending: Kono Hoshi wo, Kono Machi wo
  • Mecha Theme (Victory Robo): Kinkyu Gattai! Victory Robo
  • Mecha Theme (Grand Liner): Chokyodai Robo!! Grand Liner
  • Mecha Theme (Liner Boy): FASTEST & GREATEST
  • Mecha Theme (Victory Mars): Ryusei Gattai!! Victory Mars
  • Go Five Go Fight
  • Hashire GoLiner! Sukue 99 Machine!
  • Dango Sa Ima
  • Kyuumei Shouka -Tatsumi Boukai Kenkyusho Uta-
  • PSYMA ~Hakai no Rakuin~
  • Yuuki wo Nakuseba
  • Susume!! Boukai Tamashii
  • Denus Syndrome
  • Go! Love Sick
  • Chance or Death
  • 5-nin


Suit ActorsEdit

Guest StarsEdit

Stage ShowsEdit


  • The basis of this season connects to the number "99" in multiple ways:
    • A reading of "99" is "Kyuukyuu", which is Japanese for "first-aid" and generally used at the start of many terms connected to rescue and emergency matters.
    • The year of the return of Grandiene was 1999, a possible year predicted by many as the year of the end of the world. (which was also a basis for previous Sentai Chouriki Sentai Ohranger)
    • The sentai series was released in Japan in 1999.
    • A possible connection may tie to the works of British television creator Gerry Anderson and two of his most famous works: Thunderbirds (a puppet series about a family of rescuers, particularly centering around five siblings who work under their father) and Space: 1999 (a live action science fiction series that begins in the year 1999).
  • Go is 5 in Japanese, thus making GoGoFive part of the Sentai team name "555", which just happens to be Japan's emergency number.
  • GoGoFive is currently the last Sentai series not to add any additional rangers in the main series, as Demon Hunter Zeek and Zeek-Jeane are movie exclusive.

Official websiteEdit


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