I 'd like to share one more piece from my collection, a Greek Royal Air Force 1935-ww2 era tunic with Wing Commander rank insignia.
Having a look at the ribbon bar (Order of Phoenix Silver Cross, Military Merit Medal -3rd, 2nd or 1st class, device is unfortunately missing, so can't be sure- and ww1 Victory Medal), the officer was not highly decorated for his rank. All of his awards are of the Venizelist and Republic periods, so maybe this man was out of the force for some time due to the political purges of these times in the military and later called back to service during the dictatorship of I. Metaxas, in the timeframe of the reorganization of the air force.
The tunic contained a little "surprise" in the left breast pocket. The officer had in it a pin holding an amulet with "wood taken from the holy cross", a highly cherished artifact in the christian orthodox tradition.