Fire Hedgehog Used by the red army the plane a TU-2 was loaded with 88 PPSH like machine guns. Due to the limited range of the machine guns it flew at low altitudes and on seeing an enemy regiment the pilot would open the doors and shower them with lead. The ground troops would not stand a chance against 88 machine gun firing at the same time a combined 80,000 rounds per minute.
Driving a WWII era military truck: If the machine guns don’t get you pulled over…
Churchill Gun Carrier tank destroyer
Gunner Richard Getty checking out his machine gun ball turret which he named “Ball of Fire” in the belly of his crew’s B-17 Flying Fortress, September 1942