MULLIGAN Alexander Simpson
2/809, Staff Sergeant Major, No 2 Field Ambulance, NZ Medical Corps

CITATION
Distinguished Conduct Medal
Gazetted 26 November 1917
France, March 1917.  For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.  He was in charge of stretcher-bearers, and led parties forward to advanced posts under heavy fire, and repeatedly went out to look for wounded in the shell holes.  He inspired all under him by his utter fearlessness, and it was owing to his initiative and coolness under fire that many wounded were saved

Military Medal
Gazetted 26 April 1917
During the operations on the Somme on 15th September 1916 he proceeded through a heavy barrage to collect wounded.  He showed the other bearers a splendid example of courage and self-sacrifice in the face of danger, and exhibited great initiative in bringing wounded back safely.

AWARDS
Distinguished Conduct Medal
Military Medal
1914-15 Star
British War Medal
Victory Medal

Gallipoli Medallion

NOTES
Born 16 February 1894, Dunedin, New Zealand
Died
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