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gunner in Weapons topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgunnergun‧ner /ˈɡʌnə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 PMWBOa soldier, sailor etc whose job is to aim or shoot a large gun2 PMABOa soldier in the British artillery (=part of the army which uses heavy guns) Gunner Smith
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gunnerA gunner fell off his seat on the ammunition box and was crushed by the limber's scraping violence.The crew comprises a commander and gunner, who sit in the turret, and a driver.Two of them were scouts, and one was an antitank gunner.Their entourages were veritable armies of halberdiers, gunners and servants accompanying their master on his journey to the capital.We carried no gunner on this trip.His rear gunner lay sprawled dead in the back.I really expected to see the black pajamas, conical hats, and the small children scatter and expose the gunner.There were three gunners, both front and rear of the plane and one in a bubble canopy half way down the fuselage.