The Vickers machinegun and tripod, four of which were the principal weapons of the machinegun platoon commanded by Lieutenant Fendick.Rex Fendick
Vickers Dial Sight schematic for the Vickers Machine gun. Courtesy of Reginald Fendick.Rex Fendick
This is a captured German MG 42, used as an additional defensive back-up weapon by Lieutenant Fendick's MG Platoon during the campaign in NW Europe, '44-'45.Rex Fendick
Compass Prismatic schematic, an instrument used by Reginald Fendix during his army service.Rex Fendick
Slide rule for the Vickers machinegun used by Lieutenant Fendick's platoon in the NW European campaign.Rex Fendick
"I became a specialist as a machine gun officer. I served in Canada with the St. John Fusiliers and volunteered to go overseas to serve with the British Army as a Canloan officer"