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Kingdom of Greece: Royal Hellenic Air Force

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The adoption date of the flags used by the Royal Hellenic Air Force is unknown. Their use was most probably suppressed during the First Republic (1924-1935). They were abolished in 1970.

Ivan Sache, 26 November 2004


Air Force ensign

[Air Force Ensign]by Tom Gregg

The Air Force ensign was blue with a white cross, a yellow crown inside a white ring in canton and a blue-white-blue roundel in the middle.

Tom Gregg, 11 February 1997


Erroneous report

[Erroneous air ensign]by Miles Li & Tom Gregg

The Air Force ensign as shown in Flaggenbuch [neu92] did not have the white ring around the crown, which was one of the few possible errors of Flaggenbuch.

Miles Li, 5 February 2004


Air Force pennant

[Air Force Pennant]by Miles Li

The Air Force pennant was blue with a white Greek cross near the hoist and three thin vertical white stripes.

Ivan Sache, 27 November 2004


Civil Air ensign

[Civil Air Ensign]by Miles Li & Tom Gregg

The Air Force ensign, without the crown in the first quarter, was the Civil Air ensign as well.

Source: Flaggenbuch [neu92]

Tom Gregg, 11 February 1997


Commander of the Civil Air Force

[Commander of the Civil Air Force] by Ivan Sache

The flag of the Commander of the Civil Air Force was a square white flag with a blue saltire and a white blue roundel in the middle. The number II, in black, was placed in the first quarter.

Source: Flaggenbuch [neu92]

Ivan Sache, 27 November 2004

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