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Tail gunner

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  • Tail gunner — tail gun armaments may also be operated by remote control from another part of the aircraft. General descriptionThe tail gun armament and arrangement varied between countries. During World War II, USAAF heavy bomber designs such as the B 17… …   Wikipedia

  • tail gunner — Gunner Gun ner, n. 1. One who works a gun or cannon, whether on land, sea, or in the air; a cannoneer. [1913 Webster] 2. A warrant officer in the navy having charge of the ordnance on a vessel. [1913 Webster] 3. (Zo[ o]l.) (a) The great northern… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tail Gunner — Infobox VG title=Tail Gunner image caption= developer = Tim Skelly publisher = Vectorbeam distributor=Vectorbeam designer=Dan Sunday Larry Rosenthal version= released = 1979 (Arcade) platforms= Arcade Game genre = shooter modes = Single player… …   Wikipedia

  • tail gunner — noun a) One who operates the gun or guns in in the tail of a military aircraft, usually a bomber. b) One whose function in an organization is to defend it from attackers, for example, in public relations or public affairs. Syn: rear gunner, Tail… …   Wiktionary

  • Tail Gunner Joe — Infobox Film name = Tail Gunner Joe image size = caption = director = Jud Taylor producer = George Eckstein writer = Lane Slate narrator = starring = Peter Boyle Burgess Meredith John Forsythe music = Billy May cinematography = Ric Waite editing …   Wikipedia

  • Gunner — Gun ner, n. 1. One who works a gun or cannon, whether on land, sea, or in the air; a cannoneer. [1913 Webster] 2. A warrant officer in the navy having charge of the ordnance on a vessel. [1913 Webster] 3. (Zo[ o]l.) (a) The great northern diver… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Gunner's daughter — Gunner Gun ner, n. 1. One who works a gun or cannon, whether on land, sea, or in the air; a cannoneer. [1913 Webster] 2. A warrant officer in the navy having charge of the ordnance on a vessel. [1913 Webster] 3. (Zo[ o]l.) (a) The great northern… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tail End Charlie — noun a) (in World War II) the last aircraft in a formation b) (in World War II) the rear gunner in a bomber …   Wiktionary

  • tail-end Charlie — /teɪl ɛnd ˈtʃali/ (say tayl end chahlee) noun Colloquial 1. someone obliged to take the rearmost position, such as the rear gunner in a World War II bomber aircraft. 2. the person who goes at the end of a line, as in bushwalking. {US military… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • Nose gunner — The nose gunner position on the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster (PA474) A nose gunner or front gunner is a crewman on a military aircraft who operates a machine gun turret in the front, or nose , of the airplane. This position was… …   Wikipedia

  • Door gunner — A door gunner is a crewman tasked with firing and maintaining manually directed armament aboard a helicopter. The actual role will vary depending on the task given on a particular mission. Contents 1 Origins 2 The Modern Door Gunner 3 Equipment …   Wikipedia

Книги

  • Day, Kennedy A.L.. Alfred Day wanted his war. In its turmoil he found his proper purpose as the tail-gunner in a Lancaster bomber; he found the wild, dark fellowship of his crew, and - most extraordinary of… Подробнее  Купить за 710 руб


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