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APPENDIX No. 12

 
CITATIONS RECEIVED BY MEMBERS OF 2ND ENGINEER TRAIN
 
2nd Lieutenant HAROLD S. BARRONS:
While a group of enemy machine-guns was approaching on his left, courageously quit his trenches to make a reconnaissance, despite a violent artillery and machine gun fire. This near Vierzy, France, July 19th, 1918.
 
1st Lieutenant HAROLD S. BARRONS:
Proved his courage and qualities of command while organizing a position in the cemetery of St. Etienne-A-Arnes, and gave his men an example of exceptional bravery in exposing himself to intense artillery and machine gun fire. This near St. Etienne-A-Arnes, France, October 8-10, 1918.
 
Sergeant 1st Class JACOB A. BREWSTER, (157.219):
While in command of three different patrols, obtained information of great importance regardless of intense fire from enemy infantry and artillery. This near St. Etienne-A-Arnes, France, October 8-10, 1918.
 
Private 1st Class LEEROY F. HAMPTON:
He showed great ability, unselfish courage, and untiring devotion to duty in caring for casualties of Company "E" 9th Infantry, and an attached machine gun unit, under heavy shell fire. He was struck by shell fragments, once nearly buried by a direct hit on the trench beside him, which killed the man next to him, and severely wounded another. At all times he responded immediately to all calls for help, near or distant, and was cheerful and energetic through two nights and one day. This near Vierzy, France, July 19th, 1918.
 
KILLED IN ACTION BY ENEMY SHELL FIRE NEAR VERTE FERULLE [sic Feuille] FARM, FRANCE. JULY 19TH, 1918.
 
STATON, GEORGE L. (197.039) Wagoner.
 
WOUNDS RECEIVED BY MEMBERS OF 2ND ENGINEER TRAIN
 
Saddler, MICHEAL L. KUJAWA, 301.488:
Slightly wounded by enemy shell explosion. This at Lucy, France. June 6th, 1918.
 
Wagoner, AMBROSE M. LYNCH, 197.029:
Slightly wounded by enemy shell explosion, this near Vaux-Castile, France, July 19th, 1918.
 
Private, HARRY LEVY, 40.179:
Slightly wounded by shrapnel from enemy shell fire, at Mont Blanc Ridge, France. October 3rd, 1918. Also received medical treatment for gasses received near Vierzy. France, July 18th, 1918.
 
Private, OSCAR ANDERSON, 301.192:
Wounded by enemy shell explosion near Vaucastille [sic Vauxcastille], France. July 19th. 1918. Removed by ambulance to place unknown.
 
Private, FRED KRAFT, 301.287:
Wounded by machine gun fire from airplane near Verte Ferulle [sic Verte Feuille Farm], France. Removed by ambulance to place unknown. July 19th, 1918.
 
United States, and W. A. Mitchell. 1920.
The Official History Of The Second Regiment Of Engineers And Second Engineer Train, United States Army, In The World War.
[San Antonio]: [San Antonio printing Co.].
 
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