A Claw pilot shot down in Second Norway wasn’t going to just take what he wanted.
“He was an upstanding young man,” said the man whose farm the pilot crashed into. “He helped put out the fire in his plane and helped me drag it out of my turnips. He worked until the evening to restore the field and so I gave him a bed to sleep in. When I woke up there was fresh coffee and the cows were milked.”
Authorities searching for the pilot were directed away from the farm by the farmer. “He may be a pirate, but I am no rat,” he explained.