Rank and organization: First Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Company G, 118th
Infantry, 30th Division.
Place and date: Near Montbrehain, France, 8 October
Entered service at: Rock Hill, S.C. Born: 17 February 1885, Galivants
Ferry, N.C. G.O. No.: 16, W.D., 1919.
Citation: In command of 2 platoons,
1st. Lt. Dozier was painfully wounded in the shoulder early in the attack,
but he continued to lead his men displaying the highest bravery and skill.
When his command was held up by heavy machinegun fire, he disposed his
men in the best cover available and with a soldier continued forward to
attack a machinegun nest. Creeping up to the position in the face of intense
fire, he killed the entire crew with handgrenades and his pistol and a
little later captured a number of Germans who had taken refuge in a dugout
This data was extracted from the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, U.S. Senate, Medal of Honor Recipients: 1863-1973 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1973)