Nikos Stamatakis – Wikipedia



Flight Lieutenant

Nikos Stamatakis

Local identify

Νίκος Σταματάκης

Born c. 1922
Died c. 1993
Allegiance Greece Kingdom of Greece
Provider/department Seal of the Hellenic Air Force.svg Hellenic Air Drive
Years of provider 1945–1951
Battles/wars Greek Civil Battle

Nikos Stamatakis (Greek: Νίκος Σταματάκης, 1922–1993) was once a Hellenic Air Drive pilot all the way through Greek Civil Battle.

Stamatakis graduated from the Hellenic Air Drive Academy in Summer time 1944, following the outbreak of the Greek Civil Battle he was once posted to 335th Squadron at Thessaloniki. He flew with the 335th in enhance of floor operations, and was once a revered pilot in his unit. “Δικός μου τώρα!!” (English: Mine now!!) was once painted at the facet of his Bf 109G-6, his most popular mount all the way through the vast majority of his occupation.[1]

Stamatakis retired as Flight Lieutenant in 1951 after the tip of the Civil Battle and died in 1993 elderly 71.[2]

  1. ^ Ioannis, Touloumis. “Accounts of Pilots”. Accounts of Pilots.
  2. ^ Campbell, M. A.; Downs, E. W.; Schuetta, L. V. (1964). The Employment of Airpower within the Greek Guerrilla Battle, 1947-1949 (1st ed.). Hoover Establishment.


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