Anderson, Robert Thomas
- Date of birth:
- December 30th, 1919 (Armstrong's Corners/New Brunswick, Canada)
- Date of death:
- October 5th, 2001
- Service number:
- Canadian (1931-present, Constitutional Monarchy)
Tom Anderson lived in Welsford, New Brunswick. He was a former truck driver and clerk, ex-RCA, who enlisted in Moncton in June 1941. Trained at No.3 ITS (graduated 21 November 1941), No.17 EFTS (graduated 2 January 1942) and No.8 SFTS (graduated 24 April 1942). His DFC was sent by registered mail 28 June 1949.
After the war he was a Supervisor with Shell Oil for twenty five years in Montreal before retiring to Hampton in 1975.
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
- Flying Officer
- No. 428 (Ghost) Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force
- Awarded on:
- September 8th, 1945
"As Captain of aircraft, this officer has shown great courage, determination and devotion to duty with an overwhelming desire to press home the attack. His ability as a leader has been outstanding and has been a great contribution to the operational efficiency of the unit. He has successfully attacked many major targets and has shown a complete disregard for opposition. His obvious ability, keenness and desire to serve have been an inspiration to all."
- Photo 1: Mary Queen
- Photo: Mary Queen
- - Fourth Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 37277 published on the 18 September 1945
- Air Force Association of Canada