"He was in charge of stretcher-bearers during very heavy fighting lasting for two days, and repeatedly went forward to satisfy himself that the R.A.P. were being kept clear. On many occasions he himself led forward stretcher squads under very heavy fire. He invariably displayed great gallantry, and afforded a magnificent example to all ranks working under him."
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