T/Sgt Frants Sporon-Fiedler volunteered for the Royal Canadian Air Force in November 1943 having graduated from Harvard University. He was the son of the consul general in San Francisco, who had broken ties with the Danish Government following the German occupation.
Jørgen Ryhl Bineau enlisted in the Royal Norwegian Air Force in 'Little Noway' during the Second World War. He was killed in action on 5 April 1945, shortly before the war ended.
A large number of especially young Danish born men entered air service via the United States. Many of these were sailors having left Denmark before the German occupation. Most of these men volunteered for the Norwegian forces training in Camp Little Norway in Canada, but some enlisted in the USAAF.
In 1943 the pilot and author Clauson Kaas publishes a book entitled Danish aviators in the air. An appendix lists all then trained army and navy pilots. During the period 1935-1939 a total of 26 pilots are trained in the small Danish navy air service. I have been looking into the path taken by these pilots during the following years.