For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.

He commanded his battery at a most dangerous and exposed position within close range of the enemy, displaying untiring efforts and energy as a battery commander.

He also did the duties of a No. 1 of a gun team.

His personal example of gallantry completely restored steadiness to his men at a critical time.

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