Inger Frith is - to my knowledge - the highest ranking Danish woman in service during the Second World War. She is a meteorological officer and advances to Captain.
John George Ulrik is trained as pilot in the Royal Australian Air Force during the Second World War. He never flyes operationally. He is born in Denmark, but American citizen when finally enlisting in 1944.
Group Captain John Edgar "Johnnie" Johnson, top-scoring fighter ace in the European theatre, begins and ends his best-selling memories, "Wing Leader", in Copenhagen. This is due to the fact that he is the commanding officer of B.160 Copenhagen/Kastrup in May-June 1945. But it is not only the presence of this well-known pilot that makes the airport an interesting place.
Kaj Birksted becomes Wing Commander (flying) of the North Weald Wing on 1 August 1943. As Wing Commander he had the privilege to carry his initials as identity code on his aircraft. He is believed to have had three Spitfires carrying "KB" on the fuselage. This article is an attempt to compile information on these aircraft - at the time being with a focus on the first.