Col. Edgar S. Jennings, 3rd N.Y. Regiment 108th INF, 27th Division.
Awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre w/palm Citation for Gallantry and Exceptional Meritorious and Conspicuous Service by the Commander-in-Chief American Expeditionary Force (General John J. Pershing)
For zealous and intelligent leadership of his Regiment throughout the entire period of operations of the Division in Belgium and France and for courage in action.
Captain John S. Thompson, Commander Co. F 108th INF.
Awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre w/palm Citation for courage and marked qualities of leadership. When in Command of 2nd BN. 108th INF. in front of St. Souplet France, on 17 Oct. 1918, he reorganized his Batallion under most difficult circumstances and by exposure to enemy fire, necessary at the time, inspired his officers and men to continue to advance with renewed courage after the reorganization.
2. On the Somme, 29-30 September 1918, though suffering from painful injury and severely burned from mustard gas, he led his Company under intense fire with great gallantry and determination penetrating and holding a position in the main defenses of the Hindenberg Line.
1Lt. Howard M. Karr, Citation for courage and qualities of leadership near St. Souplet, France 12 Oct. 1918. He reorganized his Company after the Company Commander had been wounded and many other casualties had been inflicted and effectively continued the mission of his Command and for similar qualities in the Battle of the LeSelle River on 17 Oct. 1918.
Corporal Patrick Synott, awarded The Distinguished Service Cross, British Military Medal, Division Citation.
He displayed exceptional bravery in leaving shelter and going forward under heavy machine gun fire and bringing back several wounded soldiers.
Private First Class Raymond Reed awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, British Military Medal, Division Citation.
With great courage he went through heavy machine gun and shell fire and rescued two wounded soldiers whom he carried to our lines after dressing their injuries.
Private Archie B. Case, Sanitary Detachment 108th INF., awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, British Military Medal, Division Citation.
During operations against the Hindenberg Line, he repeatedly left shelter and went forward into the open, under heavy shell and machine gun fire and succeeded in bandaging and carrying back many wounded soldiers.
Private Luke Gaffey, awarded Croix de Guerre w/palm, Distinguished Service Cross w/Oak Leaf Cluster, British Military Medal, Division Citation.
Displaying rare courage in leaving shelter under heavy shell and machine gun fire to rescue wounded soldiers of another Regiment. When all other members of his squad had been killed or wounded he picked up an automatic rifle and advanced alone against an enemy position.
Private Smith D. Sanders and Sergeant William F. Smith were awarded the British Distinguished Conduct Medal, British Military Medal, Division Citations for Courage and inspiring example by continuing the attack after being wounded. Sanders twice and Smith five times.
Private Daniel Moskowitz and Private Mahlon C. Ward were awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, British Military Medal, Division Citations for courage under fire and rescuing wounded soldiers of another Regiment.
Corporal DeLau Hughes, Division Citation for carrying a wounded soldier under fire to shelter and continuing the attack.
Private Frank S. Depzynski, Private Ellis Olmstead and Private First Class Albert Tripp. Division Citation for conspicuous bravery in volunteering as a member of a small raiding party which crossed the Le Selle River in the face of enemy fire and captured 23 prisoners. St. Souplet France 14 Oct. 1918.