Contributed by Tammy Clark
Antonio Dogestino, private, Company B, 109th Infantry. He voluntarily went out alone through strange territory under heavy bombardment near St. Agnan, France, July 15, 1918, obtained important information, and on his own initiative rescued two wounded French soldiers exposed to enemy fire. Residence at enlistment: Avis, Pa.
Source: Congressional Medal of Honor & Distinguished Service Cross & Distinguished Service Medal Issued by the War Department, 1919
Distinguished Service Cross
* Indicates Posthumous Award
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