gun turret

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Noun1.gun turret - a self-contained weapons platform housing guns and capable of rotationgun turret - a self-contained weapons platform housing guns and capable of rotation
weapons platform, platform - any military structure or vehicle bearing weapons
armored combat vehicle, armoured combat vehicle, army tank, tank - an enclosed armored military vehicle; has a cannon and moves on caterpillar treads
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Weapons range from soldiers and snipers to gun turrets, fighter jets and landmines.
Battle Race mode has players grabbing various weapons in the style of Nintendo's classic MarioKart, with missiles, machine gun turrets and bomb tossers the order of the day.
To do so, the incinerated remains are put into an urn, which is then brought down to the Arizona by scubadivers who place it under one of the former navy ship's gun turrets.
Colin started his engineering career in the 1970s on the deck of a frigate maintaining 45 tonne gun turrets in the Royal Navy, a breeding ground for very practical engineers, who are able to keep their metaphorical ships afloat in the most demanding conditions throughout their careers.
Late last year, a Chinese coastguard vessel with what appeared to be gun turrets entered territorial waters claimed by Japan near the islands, Japan's coastguard said, adding that it was the first such incursion by an armed Chinese vessel in the area.
6 million modification to an Army contract for 22 gun turrets, to be applied to the Marine Corps anti-tank vehicles.
The pupils gained so much from their trek, especially from the instructors who pointed out everything from edible plants to World War Two gun turrets.
Elsewhere SCH's cranes were used in the manoeuvre of 19-ton gun turrets on to a fleet of frigates sold to the Indonesian Navy be BAE Marine.
He served in the Korean Theater, maintaining gun turrets on Air Force combat planes.
After watching a very loud battle experience reenactment in one of the gun turrets, I told Jesse how my grandpa had been in the navy.
The pump company, which opened at the East River Road location during World War II, enjoys a rich history of producing gun turrets and barrels for the U.
It was largely underground, had numerous bunkers, and was surrounded by heavily armed gun turrets protecting the bridges Germans had to cross.