For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while in command of his squadron.

Finding that he was no longer necessary in his position, he obtained leave to rejoin his regiment engaged in a counter-attack.

He took command of the front line, and after the objectives had been seized, it was in great measure due to his courage and determination that the consolidation of the line was successfully accomplished.

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