INGLIS Donald Clyde
2/115, Bombardier Fitter, 2nd Battery, NZ Field Artillery

Distinguished Conduct Medal
Gazetted 29 November 1915
For conspicuous gallantry and ability from the 8th to the 12th August 1915 at Chailak Dere (Dardanelles), At one time three guns of the battery were out of action through being hit by bullets, breakages or other damage.  Bombardier Fitter Inglis, assisted by another man, managed to get them all in action again and keep them going.  Te effect this he had, on more than one occasion, to strip and repair the guns while under heavy fire.  His coolness and bravery were most marked, and his work highly valuable at a critical time.

(See citation for JP Thompson)
Mention in Despatches
Gazetted 5 November 1915
Mentioned in General Ian Hamilton's despatch of 26 August 1915.  Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force

Distinguished Conduct Medal
1914-15 Star
British War Medal
Victory Medal
       Mention in Despatches
NZ Long and Efficient Service Medal
NZ Territorial Service Medal

Born 22 June 1893, Darfield, NZ
Died 12 February 1964, Wellington, NZ