- Role: Trainer/ Crop dusting
- Dimensions: Wingspan 9.81 m, Length 7.54 m, Height 3.00m
- Engine: 1 x Lycoming R-680 or Continental R-670 (225 hp)
- Crew: 2
- Number in service: 30
- Country of production: USA
- Years in service: 1945 – 1969
About 30 Stearman Kaydet PT-13/PT-17 airplanes, the models being different as to the type of engine they used, conducted since 1945 a campaign against malaria, dusting all over Greece. The dusting equipment was removable and used DDT, a research development product of WWII. Their unit, the Anti-malarial Squadron, was originally located at Eleysis Air Base. The maintenance and the flights were a responsibility of the staff of the Greek Royal Air Force at that time, although there was a direct connection with the Ministry of Agriculture and Health. The airplanes were a donation of the American AMAG and bore her markings without Greek roundels.
Later the Stearman Kaydet airplanes acquired civil aviation registration and they are recorded as that to the 201 Air Force Supply Depot archives. At least one of them was involved in combat missions during the Civil War.