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US pilots usually carry the Beretta M-9, 9mm

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Q: Do jet fighter pilots have a weapon in case of an ejection?
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Maybe in case if the plane crashed in enemy territory and the pilot still alive, he would then have a weapon to defend himself.


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In almost every case I can think of, only 1 is the actual 'pilot'. - The other is a 'weapons officer' - 'radio intercept officer' or a navigator. In the US Navy it is the Pilot and the Naval Flight Officer (NFO), who mans weapons, communications and navigation.


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If you're asking what the term stove pipe means, it's when the empty case of a fired cartridge is protruding from the ejection port.


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