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World War Two Ex-serviceman Recalls the Dangers He Faced as a Tail-gunner in Bombing Raids on Germany

World War Two Ex-serviceman Recalls the Dangers He Faced as a Tail-gunner in Bombing Raids on Germany

Flying Fortress Tail Gunner Posed in His Position

Boulton Paul Type E tailgun turret mounting four .303 machine guns, as mounted on a Halifax MkII of No. 78 Squadron RAF at Breighton, England.

Boulton Paul Type E tailgun turret mounting four machine guns, as mounted on a Halifax MkII of No. 78 Squadron RAF at Breighton, England.

SSgt James F Jones, B-17 Fortress tail gunner with the 560th Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group shows the tight fit of the position, RAF Knettishall, Suffolk, England, UK, Sep 1943

[Photo] SSgt James F Jones, B-17 Fortress tail gunner with the 560th Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group shows the tight fit of the position, RAF Knettishall, Suffolk, England, UK, Sep 1943

Boeing Flying Fortress ~ tail-gunner SSgt James F Jones, Bomb Squadron, Bomb Group, UK, September ~ BFD

Photo History - 91st Bomb Group (H) Lt. Jewett wrote, "A 20mm cannon shell entered the top turret, hit the armor plate on back of my seat and exploded, knocking out the left side window and puncturing my eardrum, showering plexi-glass all over. Only me and the laundress know how close this one came."

“A cannon shell entered the top turret, hit the armor plate on back of my seat and exploded, knocking out the left side window and puncturing my eardrum, showering plexi-glass all over.

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Ordance man inserting fuse into demolition bomb in bomb bay of

The Sun lights the bombadier's seat in the front position as the 'Liberty Belle' B-17 banks into a turn over Lewisville Lake

WWII in color: Rare photos from 1942 show Flying Fortress bombers and their heroic crews in The Mighty 8th Command

The G 'Shoo Shoo Baby' on a test flight over Dover AFB, Delaware. The plane is the only flyable in existence today that flew combat missions in World War II

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Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress > National Museum of the US Air Force ...

Waist gunner positions in the Boeing -Shoo Shoo Shoo Baby- at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

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Second World War in Northern Ireland - County L'derry Airfields -

World War II in Color: A B-1 Stand of a Junkers Ju 188

“View of the movable dorsal defensive position of a Ju 188 or LLG 131 turret, with its kidney-shaped armour glass, was armed with an MG 131 machine-gun. The photograph illustrates just.

Lancaster Tail gun position.

Avro Lancaster VR-A tail turret

B-17 Flying Fortress:  Tail-Gunner

This must have been absolutely deafening when you opened up with those twin

B-17 ball turret. Some of these guys were in these for 17 hour flights. Crews over Germany had stand by gunners on board because the average life expectancy of these turret gunners over enemy airspace was 6.5 minutes

The cramped and unusual position required of a Ball Turret gunner

B-17, tail gun

US tail gunner.

US bombers B-17 "Flying Fortress" in flight over Hungary

American Flying Fortress bombers over Hungary, 1944

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