For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, especially on the following occasions. Attacked an Albatross, which he set on fire, and drove another down out of control. Quentin in the second half of March,  being credited with an enemy aircraft driven down out of control on the 26th.
They were heavily engaged during the Battle of the Lys for the last three weeks of that month, with pilots averaging 6 to 7 hours flying time each day, but recorded several successes. Attacked many ground targets from low altitudes. Savage's unit became No.
His seventh and final victory came on 2 June. When on patrol attacked a formation of enemy aeroplanes, crashing one, while another fell to pieces in the air after a short combat.
He gained his sixth victory on 19 May, but his aircraft was badly damaged by enemy fire and he was forced to land.