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The Liberator's midships gunner was killed in the attack and the tail gunner was wounded.
The Liberator's midships gunner was killed and the tail gunner was wounded.
You can also forgive the Team America-style flag-waving - and even the sight of Rihanna as the ocean's unlikeliest tail gunner - thanks to some droll humour.
Richard Atwood Age 89 | Hometown: Corvallis | Staff sergeant, 306th Bomb Group | Army Air Corps | Europe | Air Medal with five silver clusters Completed 30 missions as a tail gunner in a B-17.
Devoe, an Army Air Force B-17 tail gunner whose plane caught fire while returning from a bombing mission on Feb.
Aged 20, he became an American citizen in 1944 and joined the US Air Force as a tail gunner, winning the Distinguished Flying Cross.
The original crew would have been 10 strong: two pilots, a navigator, a bombardier, a flight engineer (who could double as the top turret gunner), the radio operator, the ball turret gunner (the most vulnerable position under the belly of the plane), two waist gunners and the tail gunner.
HOW TEESSIDE STEEL SAVED RAF CREW: Today on the Remember When website one Teessider serving as a tail gunner in a RAF bomber during the war at the tender age of just 19 tells his story.