It might be that there is more than one Anthony Pilot for the 366th but probably not....
1st Lt. Bourque transferred to 12th RCD AAF Station 591 after completing his tour of missions. 2nd Lt. James' order recinded. 1st Lt. Tweedie appointed Capt. 2nd Lt's Dressenddorfer, Anthony, Floore, Brye, Hutcheson, Kass, Martin appointed 1st Lt.
1st Lt. Morrison attached to the BS from the 384th BG appointed Captain. 1st Lt. Anthony relieved from BS assignment and transferred to the HQ 1st Bomb Division. 2 Enlisted Men of the 831st Engr Co (AVN) attached to BS for quarters, rations and administration.
1st Lt. Dressendorfer on DS (AAF Station 112) is MIA.
Cpl Hempsted on DS (AAF Station 113).
Sgt Baldridge and Cpl Bulger on DS (92nd BG).
S/Sgt. McKennye, Sgt. Young, Cpl M.H. Miller on DS (306th BG).
Squadron flew low in lead, low and hi groups of 40 "A" CBW.
422nd flying low sq. 9 A/C piloted by Col. Mustoe and Lt's Feldman, Boone, Buttrey, Anthony, Alford, Burris, Amo, and Sejerman. The crews (2) of Lt's Alford and Buttrey failed to return. Lt. Soklow wounded in action. Lt. Gueske Killed in action. Bombing mission was over Merkwiller (Oil Refinery), Germany. Bombing results were very good.
Squadron flew low In the lead, Low and High groups of 40 "A" CBW. 9 A/C (3 per Low Element) piloted by Lt's Boggs, Knowles, Tupler (lead Gp) - burris, Mockett, Littlefield (Hi Gp), Nolan, Boone, Anthony (Lo Gp). Lt. Littlefield and crew failed to return on this bombing mission over Anklam, Germany. The lead and Low groups completely obliterated the target area with bomb bursts.
Squadron Lead and Hi in Lo Gp of 40"B" CBW.
8 A/C (1 A/C in Lead E1 of the 422nd) Piloted by Lt's Brye, Seewer, Mockett, Tupler, Barry, - Boggs, Sejerman, Anthony (Hi BS). Lt Tupler aborted. Bombing mission was over Hannover (A/C Mfrg plant), Germany. Bombing results were excellent. All A/C and personnel returned but for Sgt. H. G. Miller, who was killed in action.
9 A/C flew Lead and Lo el in Hi Gp of 40 "A" CBW. (1 A/C in dep pos belonging to 422nd BS and 1 crew in lead pos of hi el of the 422nd BS). A/C's piloted by Lt's Tipper, Boggs, Tupler, Anthony, Sjejerman, Chambers, Berry and Barry. A good long pattern was laid out on the landing grounds of La Pertha, France.
Squadron flew 12 A/C in Lead Gp of 40 "B" CBW. A/C's piloted by Major Graybeal, Lt's Tipper, Tupler, Berry, Terry (Missing in Action: hit by flak at Vire, France. All Men observed to bail out). Chambers, Anthony, Sejerman, Weaver, Batey, Wiley and Towers. Bombing results were god with hits on a road junction in support of Allied troops in the Rouen area, France.
Squadron flew 3 A/C per Low and High and 2 A/C in Lead Groups of 40 "A" CBW. All A/c flying low elements in respective groups. A/C piloted by Lt's Facchinni, Weaver, Anthony, Brooks, Warfel. A/C's of Lt's Segerman, Chambers and Berry aborted due to mechanical malfunctions. The lead and high groups bombed the last resort target, Kaiserslautern, thru 9/10ths clouds, using PFF equipment. Photographs show that the lead groups bombs landed in the western outskirts of the city, ESE of the M/Y; hits were obtained in a junction of four roads here between the city and M/Y. Pictures of the high groups bombing are obscured by cloud. The low group close a visual run on a T/O, a road intersection at 4959N-0509E, and the photographs show excellent results. All A/C and personnel returned intact.
12 A/C of Sq flew as Lead Squadron in 40 “B” Group. (2 PFF A/C were borrowed from the 422nd and 364th Sq’s). Lt. Anthony piloted lead A/C, and Lt. Facchinei flew deputy lead. Bombing was done by PFF methods with unobserved results. No strike photos were obtained due to 10/10 undercast. No E/A were encountered. Meagre inaccurate and scattered flak encountered at target. Frankfurt M/Y. Today’s operation of 8th A.F. set an all time record with 1600 A/C – Libs & Forts. Gp put up 48 A/C. None of our A/C is missing. 54 Officers and 73 Enlisted Men participated in mission. 2nd Lt. G.H. French returned from DS – 15th A.F.
Squadron flew 6 A/C in lead element of Screening Force. Element was led by Capt. Anthony. This Force was attacked by enemy fighters, which resulted in the loss of 4 A/C belonging to other squadrons of the Group, and 2 A/C from the 92nd Group, which flew in the high element. 14 fighters were claimed, but were officially credited with 3 Destroyed, 1 Probable, 4 Damaged, and 6 No Claims. S/Sgts. D. W. Wagner of Squadron credited with 1 Destroyed A/C. Chaff was discharged as briefed, starting at 1212 hours at 5217N-1159E. Crews of Lt. Soden & Lt. Osborne MIA. Other Squadrons of the Group flying in 40 “C” Force attacked Gottingen, Kassel M/Y, Kirchhundem. Bombing results were fair. No loss of A/C.
Squadron flew 12 A/C in Lead Sq of Group formation of 40 “B”. Capt. Anthony led formation which attacked the Maximiliansan RR Bridge nr Karlsruhe. Bombing was done visually. Photos show the bridge completely obscured by bursts in line with the approaches on each side. PRU after mission shows bridge intact but approaches on each side completely gutted. 45 Officers and 65 Enlisted Men participated in mission. All returned safely. 1st Lt. C.J. Facchinei transferred to 70th RCD upon completion of operational tour, as per par 1 SO 7 Hq 1st Air Div. S/Sgt. R. J. Roberts transferred to 70th RCD upon completion of operational tour, as per par 1 SO 9 Hq 1st Air Div. 2nd Lt’s. W.C. Canoles and R.T. Nielsen promoted to grade of 1st Lt. S/Sgt. J.A. Malone on DS at AAF Station 102, per par 2 SO 7 Hq 1st Air Div.
Squadron flew 12 A/C in the Lead Sq of 40 “C” Group. Capt. Anthony led the Group formation which attacked the Mosel M/Y at Koblens by using PFF equipment due to the targets coverage of 10/10 clouds. Results were unobserved, but mickey operator believes a satisfactory run was made on the M/Y. 43 Officers and 68 Enlisted Men participated in mission. All returned safely. Bomb Load: 144 x 500.
36 officers, 49 enlisted men, and 11 A/C flew the “low” sq on a mission to attack the coking plant at Dortmund, Germany. Bombing was done visually, with good results. All returned safely. The following officers were promoted: TO CAPTAIN: 1st Lt. Irwin L. Phillpott, TO 1ST LT: 2nd Lt. James L. Welch, 2nd Lt. Anthony J. Martello. TO 2ND LT: F/O Milton R. Kartun
This is all from the Unit Histories and it shows some of the missions he flew were not listed on your list.