For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.

He galloped his patrol along the enemy front for about a mile and a half at a range of 800 yards, drawing heavy fire from machine guns the whole way; valuable information as to the position and strength of the enemy was thus obtained.

He showed an admirable example of courage and determination.

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