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World War I, L-M

Interesting Notes:

Private Harry Liebeskind also earned the Distinguished Service Cross twice in WW I

Captain Allie D. Morgan, Medical Corps, was a double recipient of the Citation Star.

First Lieutenant Charles Musgrave, Dental Corps, was a double recipient of the Citation Star.

Miss Linnie Leckrone (nurses did not wear rank at this time) volunteered for duty on the front lines and earned the Citation Star. On July 31, 2007 Army Major General Gale S. Pollock, acting Army Surgeon General and Chief of the Army Nurse Corps, presented the Silver Star to Linnie Leckrone’s daughter. Linnie Leckrone was one of the first three women in the military authorized to wear the Silver Star. The other two are Chief Nurse Jane Rignel and Miss Irene Robar.

1LT Landrigan, 1LT Lawlor, MAJ Lawrence, 1LT Leonard, CPT Lewis, CPT Lindberg, MAJ Lipes, CPT Martin, 1LT McIntosh, 1LT McKibben, 1LT Mebane, MAJ Merrick, and MAJ Moore were Medical Corps officers.

CPT Lane, LT Millington, and 1LT Modie were Dental Corps officers.

MAJ Edwin B. Maynard was a Sanitary Corps officer. (The Medical Service Corps traces it's origins back to the Sanitary Corps)

1LT William E. Long was a Medical Reserve Corps officer.

1LT Daniel H. Lawlor was a National Guard officer.

Private Ellsworth Mills received his Citation Star for actions in the North Russian Campaign/Siberian Expedition

* Denotes Posthumous Award

LADELLA, HERMAN F.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 126th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 15 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Herman F. LaDella, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at LaGrange Farm, north of Verdun, France, 15 October 1918, in going to the aid of the wounded under heavy fire although wounded.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LANDRIGAN, ARTHUR W.
First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 165th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 12 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Arthur W. Landrigan, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action September 12, 1918, at St. Mihiel, in giving aid to the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 7 (June 3, 1919)

LANE, CREIGHTON L.
Captain, Dental Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 7th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 14, 15 and 25 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Captain Creighton L. Lane, Dental Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Le Rocq Farm, France, July 14, 15, and 25, 1918, while attending wounded under fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

LARKIN, ALEXANDER
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 12th F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 13 June 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Alexander Larkin, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Chateau-Thierry, France 13 June 1918, in caring for the wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

LAWLOR, DANIEL H.
First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
National Guard, AEF
Date of Action: 17 March 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Daniel H. Lawlor, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action on the Chemin des Dames Sector, 17 March 1918, in caring for the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LAWRENCE, GEORGE JAMES
Major, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 165th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 14 – 21 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Major George James Lawrence, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action south of Sommerance, Argonne Forest, France, 14-21 October 1918, in aiding the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LECKRONE, LINNIE E. (AKA JENNIE LECKRONE)
Miss, Army Nurse Corps, U.S. Army
Hospital No. 127, Attached 32d Division, AEF
Date of Action: 29 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Miss Linnie Leckrone, Army Nurse Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry at hospital No. 127, Chateau-Thierry, France, 29 July 1918, in attending to the wounded during artillery bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920) amended by Citation Orders No. 9 (August 1, 1920).

*LEONARD, JEROME M.
First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 307th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 8 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Jerome M. Leonard, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Remilly-sur-Meuse, France, 8 October 1918, in aiding the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LEWIS, FLOYD D.
Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Headquarters, 316th Sanitary Train, AEF
Date of Action: 30 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Captain Floyd D. Lewis, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Audenarde, Belgium, October 30, 1918, while attending the wounded during enemy bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 9 (August 1, 1920)

LIEBESKIND, HARRY
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 102nd Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 8 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Harry Liebeskind, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near the Bois de Caure,s north of Verdun, 8 November 1918, in giving first aid to a wounded comrade under heavy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LINDBERG, ALBERT W.
Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 18th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 1 – 11 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Captain Albert W. Lindberg, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near near Exermont, France, 1-11 October 1918, in aiding the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LIPES, H. JUDSON
Major, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 16th F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 30 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Major, H. Judson Lipes, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action on 30 September 1918, in Nantillois, France, in attending to the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

*LONG, WILBUR E.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 30th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 9 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Wilbur E. Long, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action north of Montfaucon, France, October 9, 1918, while assisting in the rescue of wounded.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

LONG, WILLIAM E.
First Lieutenant, Medical Reserve Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 11th F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 6 – 11 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant William E. Long, Medical Reserve Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action during the period 6-11 November 1918, near Laneuville, France, in attending to numerous casualties at grave risk of his own life.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LOPES, THOMAS
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 102nd F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 23 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Thomas Lopes, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Lat Sacharine Farm, France, 23 July 1918, in attending to the wounded during a terrific bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

LORENZEN, EWALD H. N.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 3d Battalion, 118th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 26 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Ewald H. N. Lorenzen, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Villeret, France, September 26, 1918, in administering first aid and carrying wounded to a place of safety under enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

LOUIS, HARRY R.
Sergeant First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 9th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 2 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant First Class Harry R. Louis, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action in the vicinity of Nouart, France, 2 November 1918, in giving aid to the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

LOVE, LACY L.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 120th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 29 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Lacy L. Love, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Bellicourt, France, 29 September 1918, while acting as stretcher bearer.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MACDONALD, ROBERT
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
102nd Ambulance Company, AEF
Date of Action: 26-27 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Robert MacDonald, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Saulx, France, 26-27 September 1918, in driving his ambulance continuously for a period of 27 hours over a road swept by heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

*MAES, EDWARD
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 101st F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 21 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Edward Maes, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Chante-Marle, France, 21 July 1918, in caring for the wounded under heavy shell fire until killed.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MAGILL, CARL W.
Sergeant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 149th M. G. Bn., AEF
Date of Action: 30 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant Carl W. Magill, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Sergy, France, 30 July 1918, in caring for and evacuating the wounded under heavy artillery and sniper fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MAGNUSON, EARL
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 302d Engineers, AEF
Date of Action: 26 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Earl Magnuson, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action in the Argonne Forest, France, September 26, 1918, in administering first aid and carrying wounded to a place of safety under enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

MANASSE, MAURICE
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 109th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: July - August 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Maurice Manasse, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Nogent, France, during July-August 1918, in continually caring for the wounded under intense shelling.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MANNING, WILLARD C.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 307th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 30 September – 2 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Willard C. Manning, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Apremont, France, 30 September 1918, in voluntarily remaining on duty continuously for a period of fifty-eight hours under heavy machine gun and artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MARTIN, ARTHUR H.
First Lieutenant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment 165th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 15 – 16 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Arthur H. Martin, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Luneville, France, 15 – 16 July 1918, in caring for the wounded under enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MARTIN, HARRY
Sergeant First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment 23rd Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 3 – 9 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant First Class Harry Martin, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near St. Etienne-aux-Arnes, France, 3-9 October 1918, in administering first aid to the wounded under heavy machine gun and artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MARTIN, HENRY E.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment 314th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 10 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Henry E. Martin, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Crepion, France, 10 November 1918, in crawling forward under heavy machine gun and shell fire to render first aid to a wounded soldier.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MARTIN, LEON H.
Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment 314th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 29 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Captain Leon H. Martin, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Nantillois, France, 29 September 1918, in evacuating the wounded under shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MATELUSCH, CHARLES
Sergeant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment 308th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 5 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant Charles Matelusch, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Blanzy-les-Fismes, France, 5 September 1918, in dressing the wounds of an officer under heavy shell and machine gun fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MAXWELL, CHARLES T.
First Lieutenant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 12th Field Artillery, AEF
Date of Action: 4-5 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Charles T. Maxwell, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Blanc Mont, France, October 4-5 1918, in administering first aid and carrying wounded to a place of shelter under enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

MAYNARD, EDWIN B.
Major, Sanitary Corps, U.S. Army
1st Sanitary Train, AEF
Date of Action: 18 – 21 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Major Edwin B. Maynard, Sanitary Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Soissons, France, 18 – 21 July 1918, in searching for and locating wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MAYNARD, OSCAR T.
Sergeant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 315th F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 4 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant Oscar T. Maynard, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Montfaucon, France, 4 October 1918, in administering first aid to the wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MCANLIS, WILLIAM
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 353rd Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 14 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class William McAnlis, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Xammes, France 14 September 1918, in caring for a wounded soldier under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MCCULLOUGH, LEE R.
Sergeant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 371st Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 30 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant Lee R. McCullough, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action in the Vosges Sector, France, 30 September 1918, although himself wounded, he made no mention of the fact, and continued in the performance of his duties.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 6 (June 3, 1919)

MCCUNE, WILLIAM J.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 305th F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 17 August 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private William J. McCune, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Chery-Chartreuve, France, 17 August 1918, in going to the aid of an injured comrade under heavy artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 6 (June 3, 1919)

MCDERMOTT, FRANCIS P.
Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army
S. S. U. No. 524, AEF
Date of Action: 8 August 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant First Class Francis P. McDermott, S. S. U. No. 524, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Fismes, France, 8 August 1918, in directing the evacuation of the wounded under terrific shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)
UPGRADED to a Distinguished Service Cross Citation Order No. 9, August 1, 1920

MCELROY, WILLIAM
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
102nd Ambulance Company, AEF
Date of Action: 26-27 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class William McElroy, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Saulx, France, 26-27 September 1918, in continuously driving his ambulance for a period of 27 hours under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MCFEE, WILLIAM F.
First Lieutenant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 9th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 2 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant William F. McFee, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Nouart, France, 2 November 1918, in administering to the wounded under heavy machine gun and artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MCGEE, ROBERT J.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 316th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 24 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Robert J. McGee, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Montfaucon, France, 28 September 1918, in attending to the wounded at an advanced dressing station under terrific machine gun and shell fire for a period of fifteen hours.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MCGRATH WILLIAM K.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 166th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 27 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private William K. McGrath, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Villers-sur-Fere, France, 27 July 1918, in giving first aid to the wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MCINTOSH, LELAND
First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 361st Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 26 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Leland McIntosh, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Very, France, September 26, 1918, while attending the wounded under enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 9 (August 1, 1920)

*MCKENZIE, WILLIAM A.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 115th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 22 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class William A. McKenzie, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action in the Bois de Consenvoye, France, 22 October 1918, although mortally wounded, he dressed the wounds of two other men before allowing anyone to administer to him.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MCKIBBEN, ERNEST C.
First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 361st Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 26 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Ernest C. McKibben, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Very, France, September 26, 1918, while attending the wounded during enemy bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 9 (August 1, 1920)

MCMICHAEL, JOHN E.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 120th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 15 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class John E. McMichael, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Premont, France, 15 October 1918, in voluntarily rendering aid to the wounded under a heavy bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MCVEIGH, EDWARD
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 7th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 22 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Edward McVeigh, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Le Charmel, France, 22 July 1918, in caring for the wounded under heavy artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MEBANE, DOUGLAS H.
First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 10th Field Artillery, AEF
Date of Action: 15-16 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Douglas H. Mebane, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Chateau-Thierry, France, July 15-16, 1918, while attending wounded during heavy enemy bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 9 (August 1, 1920)

MENGES, WILLIAM M.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 23d Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 1 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class William M. Menges, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Cote de Chatillon, France, November 1, 1918, in administering first aid and carrying wounded to a place of shelter under enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

MERCER, GUY C.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 141st Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 8 - 12 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Guy C. Mercer, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near St. Etienne, France, 8-12 October 1918, in administering first aid to the wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MERRICK, JOHN N.
Major, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
1st Support Train, AEF
Date of Action: 18 – 19 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Major John N Merrick, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Soissons, France, in voluntarily going through a shell swept area to a first aid station to help evacuate the wounded, 18 – 19 July 1918.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MILLER, JOSEPH B.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 30th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 9 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Joseph B. Miller, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Madeleine Farm, France, October 9, 1918, while assisting wounded to shelter under fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

MILLER, URBAN D.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 124th F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 31 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Urban D. Miller, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Remonville, France, 31 October 1918, in rendering first aid to the wounded under machine gun and shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MILLINGTON, ROBERT E. F.
Lieutenant, Dental Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 311th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 14 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Lieutenant Robert E. F. Millington, Dental Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, France, 14 October 1918, in voluntarily rendering first aid to the wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MILLS, ELLSWORTH PARO
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Ambulance Company No. 337, 310th Sanitary Train, AEF
Date of Action: 5 April 1919
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Ellsworth Paro Mills, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at verst 445, south of Obozerskaya, Russia, April 5, 1919, while assisting a wounded comrade to shelter under fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

MILSON, OLIVER W.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 114th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 25 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Oliver W. Milson, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Molleville Farm, France, 25 October 1918, in searching for and bringing in with two officers, two wounded men in the face of a terrific bombardment.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MITCHELL, SIDNEY F.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Ambulance Company No. 357, AEF
Date of Action: 5 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private Sidney F. Mitchell, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action November 5, 1918, in crossing the Wiseppe River under heavy fire to rescue some wounded American soldiers who had been abandoned by the Germans.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 7 (June 3, 1919)

MODIE, C. R. (AKA CLYDE R.)
First Lieutenant, Dental Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 126th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 31 July 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant C. R. Modie, Dental Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Chateau-Thierry, France, 31 July 1918, in going to the assistance of three wounded soldiers under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MOORE, LEWIS A.
Major, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 128th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 11 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Major Lewis A. Moore, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Bois du Chene Sec, France, 11 October 1918, in caring for the wounded under terrific machine gun and shell fire although himself wounded.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MOORE, S. S.
Sergeant, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Ambulance Company No. 357, AEF
Date of Action: 5 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Sergeant S. S. Moore, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action November 5, 1918, at Villers-devant-Dun Montigny, in giving aid to the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 7 (June 3, 1919)

MORGAN, ALLIE D. (First Award)
Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 308th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 15 - 22 August 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Captain Allie D. Morgan, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Chery Chartreuve, France, 15 – 22 August 1918, in caring for the wounded under heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MORGAN, ALLIE D. (Second Award)
Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Army
Regimental Surgeon, 308th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 2 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Captain Allie D. Morgan, Medical Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Chery Chartreuve, France, August 20, 1918, and near Binarville, France, October 2, 1918, while giving medical attention to the wounded under fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 8 (March 1, 1920)

MORGAN, CHARLES B.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
102nd Ambulance Company, AEF
Date of Action: 26 – 27 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Charles B. Morgan, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Saulx, France, 26-27 September 1918, in continuously driving his ambulance for a period of 27 hours under extremely heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MORTENSEN, MARTIN N.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
102nd Ambulance Company, AEF
Date of Action: 26 – 27 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Martin N. Mortensen, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Saulx, France, 26-27 September 1918, in continuously driving his ambulance for a period of 27 hours under extremely heavy shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 5 (June 3, 1919)

MOSE, FRED C.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 123rd F. A., AEF
Date of Action: 20 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Fred C. Mose, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Epinonville, France 20 September 1918, in rendering first aid to the wounded under continuous shell fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MULHEARN, ELMER F.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 312th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 23 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Elmer F. Mulhearn, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Talma Hill, France, 23 October 1918, in assisting in carrying a wounded officer to a place of safety.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MURPHY, EDWARD A.
Private First Class, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 23rd Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 1 – 7 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class Edward A. Murphy, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Letanne, France, 1-7 November 1918, in caring for the wounded under intense machine gun and artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MURPHY, WILLIAM P.
Private, Medical Department, U.S. Army
Sanitary Detachment, 305th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 10 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private William P. Murphy, Medical Department, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action at Marcq, France, 10 October 1918, in caring for the wounded under heavy enemy fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MUSGRAVE, CHARLES A. (First Award)
First Lieutenant, Dental Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 314th Infantry, AEF
Date of Action: 1 – 11 November 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Charles A. Musgrave, Dental Corps, United States Army, is cited for gallantry in action and is entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon as prescribed by Paragraph 1, G.O. 75, c. s., these headquarters. For gallantry in action near Moirey, France, 1 – 11 November 1918, in voluntarily caring for the wounded under heavy machine gun and artillery fire.
General Orders: GHQ, American Expeditionary Forces, Citation Orders No. 3 (June 3, 1919)

MUSGRAVE, CHARLES A. (Second Award)
First Lieutenant, Dental Corps, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 314th Infantry Regiment, 79th Division, AEF
Date of Action: 29 September 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), First Lieutenant Charles A. Musgrave, Dental Corps, United States Army, is cited by the Commanding General, American Expeditionary Forces, for gallantry in action and a silver star may be placed upon the ribbon of the Victory Medals awarded him. First Lieutenant Musgrave distinguished himself by gallantry in action while serving as a Medical Officer with the 314th Infantry, American Expeditionary Forces. For gallantry in action at Fayel Farm, Montfaucon, France, September 29, 1918. With a total disregard for his own personal danger and under heavy enemy shell fire Lieutenant Musgrave went to the assistance of a wounded soldier who had crawled into a shell hole and was calling for help. Lieutenant Musgrave remained with the wounded man, under fire, giving him first aid treatment until with the assistance of another soldier he carried the wounded man out of the line of fire in order that better medical attention could be given. Lieutenant Musgrave later placed the wounded man on a truck and sent him to the rear.
General Orders: General Order No. 83, US War Department, June 30, 1919 (in War Department, General Orders and Bulletins 1918. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office; 1918)

MYERS, WILLIAM C.
Private First Class, U.S. Army
Medical Detachment, 2nd Battalion, 139th Infantry Regiment, 35th Division, AEF
Date of Action: 26 September – 1 October 1918
Citation:
By direction of the President, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 9, 1918 (Bul. No. 43, W.D., 1918), Private First Class William C. Myers, United States Army, is cited by the Division Commander, American Expeditionary Forces, for gallantry in action and a silver star may be placed upon the ribbon of the Victory Medals awarded him. For gallantry in action during the six days’ battle from September 26th to October 1st 1918. Private First Class William C. Myers displayed wonderful determination and courage in rescuing the wounded under heavy shell fire, rendered great assistance in dressing and evacuating the wounded, securing litters and litter bearers over difficult terrain, where it was impossible for ambulances to operate.
General Orders: War Department General Order No. 83, June 30, 1919