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May 1919 Two. July 4, 1918. Saw Peck Turner in Toul. July 7, 1918. 88th moved to Fraucheville, Chateau-Thirry sector. July 18, 1918. Big allied drive, My first infantry mission. July 28, 1918 88th receives Salmson machines. Aug. 1, 1918 88th moves to Ferme des Greves. Aug. 8, 1918 Our bad day. Jimmy Burns, Plummer, & McClendon killed Aug. 9, 1918 cited in G.H. Reorders Aug. 18th Infantry mission for which I was later cited in G.H.Q. orders Sept. 4th- Moore and Hitchcock killed Sept. 7th. Cited in 3rd corps orders. Sept. 9th-12th. In Paris with Vrooman and Heilbrumn Sept. 12th, 1918 88th moves to Souilly, St. Mihiel sector. Sept. 14th 1918. My last flight. Wounded and later given D.S.C. Sept. 20th 1918. Reached B.H. 47, at Beanne, News of Herbert James's death July 5th Nov. 6th, 1918 Left Beaune for the States Nov. 18th 1918 Left Brest Nov. 29th 1918 Landed, Newport News. Dec. 6th 1918 Reached Fort McPherson Dec. 14th 1918 Visit home Jan. 1, 1919 Met F.R. for the first time Jan. 30 1919. Operated on. May 6, 1919 Discharged from the army.
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