|Max K. Aldworth|
|AT RADIO SCHOOL
Private First Class Max K. Aldworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aldworth, 406 Whipple Street, has been assigned to the Army Air Forces Training Command Radio School at the Sioux Falls Army Air Field, Sioux Falls, SD for training as a radio operator-machinist. Upon completion of a 20-week course, he will be fully trained to take his place as a member of a bomber crew.
|Max Aldworth Wins Silver Wings of Flexible Gunnery|
|Max K. Aldworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Aldworth,
406 Whipple Street, was awarded silver gunner's wings and promoted to
the grade of Corporal, when he completed the flexible gunnery course for
radio men at the Yuma Army Air Field recently.
Corporal Aldworth, who entered the service in March 1943, received his basic training at Camp Butner, NC, followed by radio-operator training at Sioux Falls, SD, and gunnery training at Yuma. He is a graduate of the Chippewa Falls High School.
He has a brother, Lieutenant Donald LeRoy Aldworth, in New Guinea, who has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
|Serve on the Seas or Overseas|
|SGT. MAX ALDWORTH
Sergeant Max Aldworth is a radio operator on a B-24 Liberator bomber and is stationed somewhere in England. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aldworth of 406 Whipple Street, formerly of Route 6, Chippewa Falls.
Sergeant Aldworth spent a year in the Infantry at Camp Butner, NC and was transferred to the Air Corps in January 1944. He received his radio training at Sioux Falls, SD, graduated from the Yuma Flexible Gunnery School at Yuma, AZ and March Field, CA, arriving overseas in November 1944.