- Role: Fighter
- Dimentions: Wingspan: 8.08m, Length: 5.88m, Height: 2.87m
- Engine: 1x LE RHONE (80hp) or GLERGET
- Armament: 1× 0.303in Vickers machine gun
- Crew: 1
- Number in service: 4
- Country of production: Great Britain
The Sopwith Pup was the first fighter to be used by Greek pilots operating from the Aegean Sea bases. The last known date to be in service is 2/8/1917, when a German hydroplane was shot down by Moraitinis, flying the sole Pup at the time in Moudros. They were soon replaced in the front line by the newer 1 ½ Strutter and Camel, which took over the role of the fighter and bomber escort, and by the end of the war the Pup was considered obsolete. Four examples were handed over to Greece, but their subsequent fate is not known.