The 1/92nd Field
SP4 Albert Morton Nordquist
2. SP4 Nordquist, after rescuing SP4 Roose, once again exposed himself, with total disregard for his own safety and welfare, to rescue another wounded soldier stranded in open terrain.
3. SP4 Nordquist then once again exposed himself to hostile ground fire over open terrain to come to the assistance of an M-60 machine gun position on his unit's defensive perimeter. Enemy forces were threatening a breach in the concertina wire when the M60 machine gun malfunctioned. Nordquist, for the fourth time, disregarded his own safety, crossed exposed terrain under hostile fire and returned to his unit's perimeter defensive forward position with a replacement M60 machine gun.
4. After ensuring that his unit's defensive perimeter was intact, SP4 Nordquist once again crossed exposed terrain and manned a defensive bunker where he continued to help repulse enemy ground attacks throughout the night.
Eyewitness: SP4 Perry B. Roose US52649804
Thanks, Brent Roose