From The London Gazette
25 January 1918
SERGEANT FRANK GOSS
"For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in handling his transport on practically every night for nearly two months, with the greatest possible courage and good judgment. His absolute disregard of shell fire in going forward and personally reconnoitring shelled areas has not only reduced casualties in his transport to a minimum, but has enabled forward brigade dumps of ammunition and material to be formed.
On one night in particular, when a road was blocked by horseless wagons and runaway animals, under intense shell fire, he not only delivered the material for which he was responsible. but also brought his transport up to the dump in perfect order."