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Thomas-Morse TM-24
Thomas-Morse TM-24
The Thomas-Morse TM-24 of 1924 was an all-metal, corrugated-skin pursuit improvement over the TM-23, but still had enough design problems to result in rejection by the Army after McCook Field tests (as P-380).
With bridge-truss struts and biplane tail, the sole example built was dismantled and stored away.
Engine: 440hp Curtiss D-12
Wingspan: (upper) 25'0" (lower) 30'1"
Length: 20'5"
Useful load: 1500 lb
Max speed: 143
Cruise speed: 114 mph
Stall: 63 mph
Wing chord: 63" upper, 52" lower
Seats: 2

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