Did somebody have some more material about this guy? He is credited with 9 victories as a rear gunner, other sources reports 'only' 8 Info below are taken by a post from 'Arrigoni_61' in the IL-2 forum Oct 25, 1941 - 1 Hurricane PB is rear gunner of Cant Z 506B, 1 x Scotti 12.7 lone 506B patrolling, 3 hurri attack from rear. First one is hit by PB burn and dive into sea, the other two disengage Dec 13, 1941 - 1 Spitfire PB is rear gunner of Cant Z 506B, 1 x Scotti 12.7 lone 506B attacked by two Spit. One Spit downed, the other disengage Dec 20, 1941 - 1 Spitfire PB is rear gunner of Cant Z 506B, 1 x Scotti 12.7 lone 506B attacked by 3 Spit - PB downs the first of the line, the other 2 damages the 506 on a wing and turn for 2nd pass. PB's Scotti is jammed, he take the Breda 7.7 from ventral position and fire at the 2 fighters. Fighters apparently damaged, anyway they break the attack and turn away. 1942, date and details unknown - 1 Blenheim 9 May 1942 - 2 Spitfire PB is rear gunner of Fiat RS14, 1 x Safat 12.7 isolated RS14 attacked by 2 spit probably from carrier Wasp One Spit damaged, banks sharply and collide with the other. Both dive into sea Summer 1942, date and details unknown - 1 Blenheim 6 Nov 1942 - 1 Beaufighter damaged PB is rear gunner of Fiat RS14, 1 x Safat 12.7 Seaplane attacked by 2 beau, one damaged, RS14 takes about 30 hits, PB wounded 5 Jan 1943 - 2 Blenheim PB is rear gunner of Cant Z 506B, 1 x Scotti 12.7 2 Blenheim attack the solitary Cant. At first pass one is hit, banks and ive to sea. The other press a second attack, but is also hit and slowly lose height until crashes into sea. PB is wouded in the leg Bonannini survived the war and died in 1961 in a civilian flight accident with a friend.