For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty near Huwaish on 28th October 1918.
He led his squadron with a great dash under heavy fire against superior enemy numbers, inflicting heavy losses and getting to within 200 yards of their guns.
His bold action delayed the enemy’s advance at a critical moment and allowed supporting troops to arrive.
He then conducted the withdrawal of his command with coolness and ability.
Later, he took up another position and maintained himself there under heavy enfilade fire until relieved.