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Gunner, the Gunner, Gunners or the Gunners may refer to:


  • In armored, reconnaissance or mechanized units, a soldier who occupies a dedicated gun position in a military vehicle
  • In infantry platoons, a specialist trained in using machine guns or automatic rifles
  • Gunner (artillery), member of the crew operating a crew-served weapon, such as an artillery piece
  • Gunner (rank), rank equivalent to private in a British Commonwealth artillery corps
  • Gunner, non-commissioned member of the British RAF Regiment
  • Gunner, gunnery Warrant Officer of the British Royal Navy or Royal Marines
  • Air gunner, or aerial gunner, a member of an aircrew who operates a machine gun or auto-cannon
  • Infantry weapons officer, commonly referred to as "The Gunner", a non-technical Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Marine Corps
  • The Gunners, a nickname for the British Royal Artillery
  • Fairchild AT-21 Gunner, an American World War II specialized bomber crew trainer
  • Gunner (dog), noted for his ability to hear Japanese air raids approaching Darwin, Australia, in the Second World War




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See also[edit]

  • Gunner and Company, last provincial private bank in the United Kingdom, founded in 1809, bought out in 1953
  • Thomas Bland Strange (1831-1925), known as "Gunner Jingo", British major general, father of the Canadian artillery and one of the initial organizers of the Canadian army
  • Gunnar