Jytte Agnete Hawkins (née Wagner) was one of the Danish volunteers in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force. She enlisted in 1941 and ended service as Leading Aircraftwoman. Little is know of her service.
Otto Hjalmar Antoft was the oldest of two brothers, who joined the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War. From early on he wanted to join a Danish Squadron and fight overseas. He was killed in action during the Operation Market Garden on 21 September 1944.
On 30 June 1945, the Royal Air Force exhibition in Copenhagen officially opened. The exhibition was hosted by the department store Magasin du Nord on Kongens Nytorv in central Copenhagen. Danish Fg Off. Jørgen T. Bruun returned to Denmark from India to take part in the running of the exhibition.
During the Second World War, a large number of Danish pilots were in British or Norwegian air service. Though many were accepted in one of the Norwegian squadron, 234 (Madras Presidency) Squadron is by far the most 'Danish' of all squadrons of (or associated to) the Royal Air Force. In all nine Danish pilots and three Spitfires is in 234 service.