Eskil Amdal (left), currently the lead fast-jet pilot in the RNoAF, with veteran WWII Spitfire pilot Rolf Kolling as they talk beside one of the famous fighters. The Norwegian Spitfire Foundation invited Norwegian WWII Spitfire veterans to fly the plane from the historic Kjeller airfield. During WWII Rolf flew with RAF 332 squadron, whose pilots and crews were Norwegian. after the war's end the squardrons became part of the Norwegian airforce but they retained their RAF designations. He also piloted a Spitfire on D-day.