My temperature goes up again. 103˚.
Enemy airman chased back by our Anti Aircraft guns as he tried to down one of our balloons.
Temperature at 102˚ in afternoon.
Though scarcely able to stand had a sudden order to pack up & get ready to go to C.C.S. Doctors orders are that temperature is not decreasing. I leave in car at 6 pm.
*Casualty Clearing Station – The CCS was the first large, well-equipped and static medical facility that the wounded man would visit. Its role was to retain all serious cases that were unfit for further travel; to treat and return slight cases to their unit; and evacuate all others to Base Hospitals. It was often a tented camp, although when possible the accommodation would be in huts. (http://www.1914-1918.net/wounded.htm