|Appears in||Medal of Honor: Frontline|
Office of Strategic Services
|Death||16 September 1944|
|Level||The Golden Lion|
- "Why there's not a straight street in Europe, I will never understand!"
- — Fox, while driving through Kleveburg.
Early life Edit
Following the German invasion of the Netherlands, Fox joined with the Dutch Resistance in an effort to actively resist the occupation.
Lieutenant James Patterson, an American agent with the OSS, parachutes into Holland in September 1944 with the objective of capturing valuable documents held within the Nazi headquarters at Dorne Manor and rescuing Gerritt, a captured resistance fighter. On the night of 16 September 1944, Patterson makes contact with Fox, who agrees to drive him through the occupied town of Kleveburg, allowing the OSS agent to sabotage numerous Wehrmacht vehicles along the way.
However, the pair are spotted by German forces and a fierce firefight breaks out as Fox drives through town with James returning fire from the back of the truck. While crossing the bridge in the centre of town, a panzerschreck is fired and strikes the front of the vehicle, killing Fox instantly.
- Even if the soldier with the panzerschreck is killed prior to firing the weapon, Fox will still crash the vehicle and die.