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Thomas-Morse MB-9 / MB-10

Thomas-Morse MB-10
The Thomas-Morse MB-10 of 1921 was an Army primary trainer. Only one of the all-metal trainer was built and it had poor flight characteristics. It was converted into the MB-9 Army pursuit in 1921.
The MB-9, modified from the MB-10 with 300hp Wright H-3 and 29'0" wing, still suffered design and structural problems. The one conversion was test-flown a few times (piloted by Paul Wilson), then relegated to storage.
Engine: Wright H-3, 300hp
Wingspan: 29'0"
Seats; 1
Engine: LeRhône, 110hp
Seats: 2

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