Richard H. Ludwikoski

Sergeant Richard Ludwikoski, son of Mrs. August Grimm, 102 Vine Street , is now in England according to word received his  mother.  

He enlisted in the Air Corps in 1941 and was an instructor at Jefferson Barracks, MO before going overseas.  

He has two brothers in the service, Major John W. Ludwikoski, stationed in New Guinea, and First Sergeant Edward, who has been in Australia for the past 27 months.

John P. Ludwikoski has been promoted from Major to Lieutenant Colonel, according to information received by his mother, Mrs. August Grimm, 102 Vine Street.

Lieutenant Colonel Ludwikoski is now stationed at Camp Robinson, AR and recently spent a leave in Eau Claire. He returned to the United States last August, after fighting in New Guinea.

He left the United States at the beginning of the Pacific War as a First Lieutenant and was with Company B of the National Guard from Eau Claire.

Two brothers are also in the Army:  First Sergeant Edward Ludwikoski, who is home on furlough from the Pacific, and Sergeant Richard Ludwikoski, who is serving in France. First Sergeant Edward also was with Company B from Eau Claire and served in New Guinea.

Sergeant Richard H. Ludwikoski, 904 Fourth Street, Eau Claire, is in Europe in the Air Technical Service Command, which is redistributing aircraft, motors, and replacement parts for the Eighth and Ninth Air Forces.  His parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Grimm, live at the same address.