Spitfire Mk IXc, S/L John Plagis, OC No 126 Squadron, Royal Air Force, December 1944

Ioannis Agorastos "John" Plagis DSO, DFC & Bar (1919–1974) was a Southern Rhodesian ace, noted especially for his part in the defence of Malta during 1942. Plagis was the top-scoring Southern Rhodesian ace of the war, and the highest-scoring ace of Greek origin, with 16 confirmed aerial victories including 11 over Malta.

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Supermarine Spitfire

Spitfire Mk IXc ML214 “Kay”
flown by Squadron Leader Ioannis Agorastos "John" Plagis DSO, DFC & Bar
Officer Commanding No 126 Squadron, Royal Air Force
December 1944

Artist: Gaëtan Marie

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This profile was created for the book "Greeks in Foreign Cockpits" by Dimitrios Vassilopoulos (Eagle Aviation / Seaburn Distributors USA, 2014, 330 pages).

 

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