Den danskfödde engelsmannen Bramson talade förutom sitt modersmål även svenska och norska. Rob Mulder berättar följande i sin text Skywriting - Mr. Bramson above Christiania (Oslo) :
He had been one of the first to arrive at the ILUG and had made several flights above Gothenburg. He flew a small biplane of the type RAF S.E.5a with the British registration G-EBDU and named “The Sweep”. The aircraft was registered on June 28, 1922 and was scrapped in June 1924. In May 1923 he had been employed by the inventor of skywriting, Major J. C. Savage, as Continental Manager of Savage Sky Writing Company Ltd. By 1923, the company had eight pilots and twenty biplanes of the type RAF S.E.5a in service. His aircraft was powered by a 200hp engine and had a maximum speed of 200 kph. Seven of these aircraft were stationed in the USA. The company performed sky writing in the United Kingdom, the USA, France, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden. It got more and more popular and since Major Salvage was in the possession of the patent only the sky seemed to be the limit!
In Gothenburg, despite of a strong wind, Mr. Bramson, on July 2 wrote the word “Ät Läkerol” (eat Läkerol – a small candy) and on July 19 he wrote the word “Capstan” in the sky above Gothenburg. People in the streets and on the exhibition grounds watched with great interest. Later, on Sunday, August 5, Mr. Bramson wrote the word I-L-U-G as well.
1953 flyttade Bramson till USA och slog in på en bana av avancerad medicinteknik. Snart kom han göra sig ett namn vad det gäller hjärt-lung-maskiner. 1960 kom Osborn-Bramson-Gerbode Rotating Disc Oxygenator och 1965 Bramson Membrane Oxygenator.
Mogens Bramson var alltså en herre med många strängar på sin lyra. Flygandet släppte han dock inte utan höll på till 80-årsåldern. Tänker återkomma till hans Spitfire med ett separat inlägg vad det lider.