His plane was one of 313 bombers to make that raid. 30 of those bombers were lost. 13 of the lost planes came from the 100th Bomb Group.
That's one mission on one day.
Here's the information from the raid report as posted on the 100th Bomb Group website.
|2ND LT ROBERT P. KRAMER||P||KIA||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|2ND LT EDWARD F. CONNELLY, JR.||CP||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|2ND LT HUGH S. GEIGER, JR||NAV||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|2ND LT THOMAS B. CASEY, JR||BOM||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|T/SGT DEAN O. TODD||TTE||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|T/SGT JAMES A. WATKINS||ROG||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|S/SGT DONALD M. GLAZE||BTG||KIA||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|S/SGT GEORGE A. WHITE||RWG||KIA||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|S/SGT FRED B. MOORE||LWG||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|
|S/SGT HARVEY F. JAMES||TG||POW||10 OCT 43||MUNSTER|