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WW2 Army Aircorps Gunnery School
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Some World War Two terms such as "tail gunner", "waist gunner" and "belly gunner" are no longer a part of our vocabulary; they are uttered, if at all, about as often as the word "blacksmith". However, since you found this website, there is a good chance that you use these terms more often than most, which means you'll appreciate this color photo-essay from a 1943 issue of CLICK MAGAZINE that illustrates how vital W.W. II Allied aerial gunners were in winning the air war over Germany and Japan.

The article points out that these men were trained by trap shooting champions.

During the Second World War, hair dye was not simply used by women;click here to read about the men who needed it.

     


World War II Tail Gunner Training (Click Magazine, 1943)

World War II Tail Gunner Training (Click Magazine, 1943)

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