The results of an experimental investigation into the behavior of unconfined, steady, fully turbulent, two-phase jets are described. A round jet of 25.4 mm in diameter, exit velocity of 20 m/s and containing 80 μm beads with a mass density of loading of 1.5% was examined. Mean velocity profiles at several stations, as well as the rms values and velocity cross-correlations for both phases were measured by laser-Doppler velocimetry. It was found that the particles lagged the fluid by 8% near the exit, but later, at 9 jet diameters downstream led it by about 7%. Also, the velocity profiles of the particles were flatter than those of the fluid.