Air Enthusiast 2001-07
A.Thomas - In the Footsteps of Daedalus
DH.9 wearing the distinctive NAS 'wavy line' and serial number 'NAY 73', either at Paradissos or Smyrna around May 1920 during the Greco-Turkish war.
After use as bombers, several DH.9s, including NAY.97 were modified as floatplanes and based at Phaleron, mainly for training.
Sopwith F1 Camel of the Greek Naval Air Service H2 Flight at Moudros in 1918.
Eight of the Greek NAS Velos T3A floatplanes (T-12, -13 and -23 can be identified) and one Avro 504O on a lake at Valtoudi during an exercise in the late 1920s.
The 1925 orders for new equipment included a batch of Vickers Velos torpedo-bombers; T.12 taxying at its Phaleron Bay base.
Eight of the Greek NAS Velos T3A floatplanes (T-12, -13 and -23 can be identified) and one Avro 504O on a lake at Valtoudi during an exercise in the late 1920s.
BE.2es of 'Z' Flight dispersed outside their hangar on the Aegean island of Moudros, 1917/1918.