For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.

One for his party being seriously wounded while still in the enemy’s wire, he and two of his patrol withdrew, carrying the badly wounded man to our own wire under heavy fire, thus preventing the enemy from securing an identification.

In thus rescuing a comrade he showed magnificent courage and gallantry.

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