A dashing young Missourian not only proved himself a first class soldier in the Santiago campaign, being one of the Regulars who was accorded special mention in the official reports of his commanding general, but has also written this first-class book about the part his machine gun service played in the campaign. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, in his preface, records his belief that a Gatling battery is the most valuable assistance to a regiment or a brigade, infantry or calvary.
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