Michael Randrup volunteers for the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. After the war he stays in England working as Chief Test Pilot.
Alfred Greve Frandsen is one of a few Danish pilots to be awarded the DFC during the Second World War. Even though little is known about this pilot.
This brief article presents the ‘needle in a haystack’-problem of tracking down Danes—especially Danish nationals—in air force service in the United States.
A photo of a Hawker Typhoon from 137 Sqn named ‘Aase’ and a Danish flag in a Scottish newspaper caught my eye. It is likely that Aase was the sweetheart of one of the pilots, while stationed in Copenhagen for six weeks from early May 1945.