We found 69 missions

  1. 340

    340

    06 May 1944

  2. 584

    584

    27 August 1944

  3. 591

    591

    30 August 1944
    End of Operation Overlord.

  4. 398

    398

    07 June 1944

  5. 443

    443

    27 June 1944

  6. 602

    602

    03 September 1944

  7. 389

    389

    04 June 1944

  8. 390

    390

    04 June 1944

  9. 512

    512

    03 August 1944

  10. 519

    519

    05 August 1944

  11. 524

    524

    06 August 1944

  12. 531

    531

    08 August 1944

  13. 562

    562

    18 August 1944
    We led the Wing to France to bomb a fuel dump. Made 3 runs on the target. We hit it on the third run. Major Harmon flew Pilot; 12000 feet altitude.

  14. 570

    570

    25 August 1944

  15. 576

    576

    26 August 1944

  16. 605

    605

    05 September 1944

  17. 611

    611

    08 September 1944
    We snafued on the bomb run and missed all the flak.

  18. 614

    614

    09 September 1944
    A burst of flak put a big hole in the nose throwing glass in Antonacci's eyes. Other hits were in the wing and tail. One went through the waist and exploded an oxygen bottle.

  19. 619

    619

    10 September 1944

  20. 662

    662

    03 October 1944

  21. 665

    665

    05 October 1944

  22. 667

    667

    06 October 1944

  23. 8th Air Force 670

    8th Air Force 670

    09 October 1944
    Black Week

  24. 704

    704

    06 November 1944

  25. 359

    359

    20 May 1944

  26. 361

    361

    22 May 1944
    From diary of Lt. David W. Leblanc: "Was up at four for a mission to Kiel, Germany. I went as first pilot and Rocky as my co-pilot. Every thing went along swell except at target. Flack was moderate but extremely accurate. Two ships in the lead squadron...

  27. 435

    435

    23 June 1944

  28. 486

    486

    21 July 1944

  29. 533

    533

    09 August 1944

  30. 545

    545

    12 August 1944

  31. 548

    548

    13 August 1944
    We led the entire Division in a tactical mission. The target: Roads to Paris. Colonel McKnight flew Pilot; Lt Houser was Co-Pilot. Results of bombing A1.

  32. 347

    347

    09 May 1944

  33. 423

    423

    19 June 1944
    Bombed an airfield. Nine hour mission. Shortly after retiring we were called again but mission was called off at briefing room.

  34. 451

    451

    04 July 1944

  35. 462

    462

    09 July 1944

  36. 508

    508

    01 August 1944

  37. 514

    514

    04 August 1944

  38. 552

    552

    14 August 1944

  39. 623

    623

    11 September 1944
    Major Harmon flew Command Pilot. Did not hit the target because Mickey wasn't working. Brought our bombs back. Got to shoot at some fighters.

  40. 344

    344

    08 May 1944

  41. 355

    355

    13 May 1944

  42. 367

    367

    24 May 1944

  43. 380

    380

    30 May 1944
    Mission #3. Same target as before. A piece of flak broke the pilots windshield. No-one hurt.

  44. 400

    400

    08 June 1944
    Mission #7 - Bombed the railway yards in Tours, France. Long ride (7 hours).

  45. 403

    403

    10 June 1944

  46. 142

    142

    25 June 1944
    From his mission list for the 385th/548th, this is mission #142. The target says "French Supply." He was on Peterson's Crew.

  47. 568

    568

    24 August 1944

  48. 353

    353

    12 May 1944

  49. 358

    358

    19 May 1944

  50. 364

    364

    23 May 1944