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Military Aircraft
Aircraft Manufacturer Mission Intro Number
Anson Mk I A.V. Roe and Co (Avro), United Kingdom Trainer, Liaison Monoplane Recon 1939 12   
Avro 626 A.V. Roe and Co (Avro), United Kingdom Trainer Biplane 1937 29   
B-534 (II) Avia, Czechoslovakia Fighter Trainer Biplane 1936 2   
Battle B.1 Fairey, United Kingdom Light Bomber Monoplane 1940 11   
BH-33SHS Avia, Czechoslovakia Fighter Trainer Biplane 1935 5   
Blenheim Mk I / IV Bristol, United Kingdom Fighter Monoplane 1941 6   
Blenheim Mk IV Bristol, United Kingdom Light Bomber Monoplane 1939 912   
Bre.19 A2 Breguet, France Recon Biplane 1925 30   
Bre.19 B2 Breguet, France Bomber Biplane 1925 11   
Do 22Kg Dornier, Germany Recon, Bomber, Torpedo Sea Biplane Recon 1938 8 +
Fairey IIIF Fairey, United Kingdom Recon Sea Biplane Recon 1929 11   
Gipsy Moth De Havilland, United Kingdom Trainer Biplane 1931 1   
Gladiator Mk I Gloster, United Kingdom Fighter Biplane 1940 19   
Gladiator Mk II Gloster, United Kingdom Fighter Biplane 1940 6   
Horsley Mk II Hawker, United Kingdom Bomber/Torpedo Biplane Recon 1929 6   
Hs 126K-6 Henschel, Germany Recon, Light Bomber Gull-Wing 1939 16   
KEA 621 KEA, Greece [1]
(License-built Avro 621 Tudor)
Trainer Biplane 1935 80   
MS-230 ET2 Morane-Saulnier, France Basic Trainer Biplane 1930 18   
Po 25 A2 Avion Grecque Potez, France Recon, Bomber Biplane 1931 24   
Po 633 B2 Grec Potez, France Bomber Monoplane 1938 11   
PZL P.24F / G PZL, Poland [2]
Fighter Gull-Wing 1937 35   
MB.151 Marcel Bloch, France Fighter Monoplane 1940 9   
   [1] KEA = Κρατικό Εργοστάσιο Αεροπλάνων (State Airplane Factory), of Greece
   [2] PZL  = Państwowe Zakłady Lotnicze (State Aviation Works), of Poland
 
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