tail-gunner

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tail-gunner

[ˈteɪlˌgʌnəʳ] Nartillero m de cola
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Just 19 years old, he went on to serve as a tail-gunner on a famed B17 nicknamed the "Five Grand" - the 5,000th B17 produced by Boeing after Pearl Harbor.
Three more followed us down; Maxwell saw Youngers, the tail-gunner, blow up one, and he got another," Gorse wrote.
Louise "Louie" Zamperini; and the tail-gunner, Sgt.
Gibson is the son of an Army air corpsman who served as a B-17 tail-gunner during World War II.
Teams do that to try and expose the tail-gunner off the back of the lineout.
Ellery responded with another long range score and played effectively as a tail-gunner to unsettle inexperienced Knights fly-half David McIlwaine and Pennycook brought his customary calm assurance to the rear of the scrum.
A SEVENTY-YEAR wartime mystery surrounding the death of Halifax tail-gunner George Webster has been solved.
Lead-off man James Griggs and tail-gunner Toby Spencer both clocked their best legs to date.
Raikkonen's task now is to act as tail-gunner to Massa, and he seems likely to prove a more able No.
Well, actually," said Marsden, "it was as a tail-gunner keeping a watchful eye for any planes from the Luftwaffe likely to attack my Wellington bomber, which was dropping its load on Schweinfurt, your ballbearings factory.