Some batches I have seen in this batch are hard to find the dates for them.
There is a stamped date if you scroll up to the very top on this batch. Sometimes you need to use the reference page to see the date. In this project we are allowed to use the previous image in the reference pages to get the date.
You can use the Field help for the dates (the little purple question mark above the field) which says: The date at the top of a roster or roll may be used for all entries as the military date if the entries don't contain their own individual enlistment dates. Therefore, if you see the image in this batch it may be sideways but you can see a date there on the top of the document. You can turn the image to see it better by using the toolbar at the top left of the document that shows a + - and then a tool and a page. If you click on the tool (third one down) you can select which way to turn the document (I would shift it to the right - the second arrow down). You can use the date on that document for all of the names in the document. I hope this makes sense. Thank you for asking such a great question.
The date is September 30, 1918. This is captured from the line Correct as of the last day of September 30, 1918. This is the final date of the Monthly Roster. (This is like the last example in the project instructions - A Combined Monthly Roster and Cover Form. )
You wouldn't use the stamped date because that is not the date of the Roster. That is the date stamp when the Roster was received at Central Records.