We are talking here about the Egyptian Air Force in the Royal era, when King Fuad I founded the Egyptian Army Air Force (EAAF) in 1930.
Above, a record of flying hours for some pilot showing types of aircraft served in that period.
DH.60 Moth is the first aircraft to enter the service with EAAF in 1931 when de Havilland won the contract to supply 10 units of this trainer biplane.
Avro 618 was the first military transport multi-engined aircraft to serve for EAAF when 2 units were sent to Egypt in 1932.
Avro 626 is another trainer biplane served for EAAF.
10 units were delivered in 1934.
Totally, EAAF operated 25 airframes of Avro 626's, all were retired in 1944.
In 1937 EAAF became an independent branch after separation from army command to be named Royal Egyptian Air Force (REAF).
Miles M.14 Magister trainer served for REAF with 42 units.
The Gloster Gladiator was the first REAF real fighter to fly over Egypt, REAF acquired 2 squadrons in 1938.
The above 2 photos might be taken during an army or air force ceremony.
Gladiator's perform maneuvers.