hunt, a. e. t.

Second Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, Service Regiment

Military Cross (Apr. 25, 1918).

While the battery was being moved up to a forward position under exceptionally difficult circumstances, three officers became casualties. He, though much shaken by a shell bursting near him, took charge and, with the greatest gallantry and resource, completed the advance into action. He commanded the battery for a considerable period under very trying conditions, and has done much good work in the forward area, obtaining a great deal of valuable information.