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The World War One Ace was a retired pilot from World War I, who sided with the Nazis during their search for the Joneses aboard the D-138 in 1938.
During the trip, he drank heavily and told war stories to the other passengers. His allegiance to the Nazis (or at least his country in general) was revealed when a Gestapo agent called for any loyal Germans to help him pursue the Joneses, and he volunteered. Unfortunately, he was so drunk that when he and the agent tried to follow the Joneses in a second biplane, he neglected to turn the motor on and they fell to their deaths.