artilleryman, cannoneer, gunner, machine gunner(noun)
a serviceman in the artillery
someone connected with Arsenal Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
Artillery soldier, or such who holds private rank. Abbreviated Gnr.
A person who operates a gun.
An excessive go-getter; one exhibiting over-ambition.
A player on the kicking side whose primary job is to tackle the kickoff returner or punt returner.
A fan of the Arsenal Football Club.
one who works a gun, whether on land or sea; a cannoneer
a warrant officer in the navy having charge of the ordnance on a vessel
the great northern diver or loon. See Loon
the sea bream
Gunner is a rank equivalent to Private in the British Army Royal Artillery and the artillery corps of other Commonwealth armies. The next highest rank is usually Lance-Bombardier, although in the Royal Canadian Artillery it is Bombardier.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A soldier employed to manage and discharge great guns; an artilleryman. In the U. S. service there is with each piece a gunner, who gives all the executive commands in action. He is answerable that the men at the piece perform their duties correctly.
The numerical value of gunner in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of gunner in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
I think my son was very active on that aircraft, my son was in uniform. My son was serving in the capacity as a crew chief and a door gunner. And in adverse weather conditions, he accepted a mission to train people for combat in the future. And in that, he gave all and lost his life.
What it looked like to me was that he was a gunner on topof a Humvee.
Loading up on airplanes, C30s, the helicopters, what it looked like to me was that he was a gunner on topof a Humvee.
Here's a view of rockets I have never seen, passing underneath us, 1,500 feet beneath us, and we've got the gunner doors on this thing, and I'm saying to the general, some four-star, 'It wouldn't take much for them to adjust the aim and try to do a ring toss right through our open doors, would it?'.
It was hard for me to believe that he was a legendary tank gunner in World War II because he was so gentle and calm.
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