(1917 - n.a.)
One of a number of Danish officers enlisting for Luftwaffe in 1941, Alf AggersbÃ¸l apparently fails to be accepted for active service. He returns to the Army Air Corps.
Alf AggersbÃ¸l was born on 24 September 1917. He joins the army and is trained as pilot in 1939 (pilot's certificate 237/39). He is appointed SekondlÃ¸jtnant (Pilot Officer) on 9 October 1940.
On 8 July 1941, an announcement from the Ministry of War permits commissioned officers of the Danish armed forces to volunteer for Freikorps Denmark. A number of Danish officers enlist; Alf AggersbÃ¸l is believed to be one of these.
According to Knud Erik Ravnskov's letters, AggersbÃ¸l arrives at ReichÃ¼berprufungsstelle Penzlau for the initial tests no later than 4 November 1941 (Ravnskov, 2002). He is believed to have failed to meet the criteria to become Luftwaffe pilot and was never in active service (Ancker, 2001).
After the war, AggersbÃ¸l is in service in the newly formed Royal Danish Air Force. On 6 June 1953, he is appointed FlyverlÃ¸jtnant-II (Pilot Officer) and on 1 June 1954 he is transferred to the reserves (HfF, 1955).
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