Americans in the Royal Air Force
Some American pilots risked arrest to join the Royal Air Force prior to U.S. entry into World War II.
by David Alan Johnson As they boarded the train for Montreal, the two Americans tried to look as inconspicuous as possible. They were well aware that if they were caught they would be in trouble. At the very least, they would be sent back to the United States. There was also the possibility that they could be sent to prison, as well as fined more money than they had seen in their entire lives. [text_ad] At the Canadian border, the train stopped and several sinister looking officials got on