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B-29.'s 4 areas of Remote Controll areas with 8-12.7mm machine guns and 2~3 12.7 mm machine guns for tail gunner. total 10~ 11 12.7mm machine guns on B-29.

4 areas of Remote Controll areas with machine guns and mm machine guns for tail gunner. total 11 machine guns on

B-17 ball turret

S/Sgt. Smith BS, BG, AF) was a ball turret gunner. On 1 May his Squadron bombed the submarine pens at Saint-Naza.

B25

A Mitchell bomber with a cannon and multiple caliber machine guns, seen during maintenance

The Rose-Rice Turret, besides allowing the Gunner to wear his 'chute inside the turret was roomy enough to house 2 gunners for training purposes. Again, a huge advance on the FN turrets it started to replace in late 1944

The Rose-Rice Turret, besides allowing the Gunner to wear his 'chute inside the turret was roomy enough to house 2 gunners for training purposes. Again, a huge advance on the FN turrets it started to replace in late 1944

Parabellum 1914 MG in gunnery school, Belgium, 1918 (photo from Drake Goodman)

Flieger Schießschule (air-gunnery) in Asch Belgium, June 1918

Tail-gunner in a B-17 Flying Fortress

World War Two Ex-serviceman recalls the dangers he faced as a Tail-gunner in Bombing Raids on Germany

A waist gunner of VB-103 Squadron, US Navy in position inside a B-24 Liberato

A waist gunner of Squadron, US Navy in position inside a Liberato

WWII German Luftwaffe Bomber Gunner

machine gun turret of the Focke-Wulf Fw 200 ‘Condor’

An ordnance crew loading 300 pound bombs into a U.S. Air Force bomber, Hawaii, 1942.

An Ordnance Crew Loading 300 Pound Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

A of the Bombardment Squadron being loaded with 100 and bombs at Del Monte Field, Mindanao, Philippines, early in

German Machine Gunner In A Military Aircraft On February 22Th 1939 News Photo | Getty Images

German Machine Gunner In A Military Aircraft On February 1939 News Photo

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At first, they thought that the two women may have been workers at an Evansville, Indiana factory that put the planes together( above). But now it's believed that the two women were probably workers at a different factory, which constructed the wings

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