Albert W. Waldron
|Albert Whitney Waldron|
General Albert W. Waldron (center, facing forward) commanding general, 32nd Division Artillery, discusses plans for the impending battle on 15 November 1942.
|Allegiance||United States of America|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
|Commands held||32nd Infantry Division|
|Awards||Distinguished Service Cross
Distinguished Service Medal
Major General Albert Whitney Waldron (1892–1961) was an American soldier and General during World War II. He relieved Major General Edwin F. Harding, as the commander of the 32nd Infantry Division during the Battle of Buna–Gona and was wounded in the shoulder on 5 December 1942 after being shot by a sniper. He received the Distinguished Service Cross and the Distinguished Service Medal for his actions during World War II.
- "Valor Awards for Albert W. Waldron". Retrieved 12 December 2011.