Bristol Scout No. 1264 flew from the Greek Island of Thassos at the beginning of the First World War carrying out routine patrols, bombing raids and photographic reconnaissance missions along the Greek/Bulgarian border. In June 2016, the aircraft returned to Thassos and flew from the actual airfield that Flight Sub Lieutenant FDH Bremner had flown from 100 years earlier. The aircraft contains the only Bristol Scout parts known to exist and is a direct link to the Royal Naval Air Service and the impact and influence of naval aviation in the First World War.
Bristol Scout No. 1264 made its first appearance on the Air Display circuit in June 2016 and took part in the Centenary commemorations marking the first day of the Battle of the Somme on 1 July 2016.