Air International 1994-12
Fighter A to Z
The second prototype MB-3 with the original tail
A Boeing-built MB-3A with the final enlarged fin.
The Thomas-Morse MB-3A in its definitive form.
Thomas-Morse abandoned the MB-9 before it could be submitted for USAAS evaluation.
Thomas-Morse abandoned the MB-9
The sole example of the MB-2 was modified to this twin-bay form after first being flown with single-bay wings.
The TM-23 completely rebuilt for submission to the USAAS.
The TM-23 as first tested in 1924
Last of the Thomas-Morse fighters, the XP-13 was flown with the Curtiss H-1640 engine (shown) and then with P & W Wasp (shown).
Last of the Thomas-Morse fighters, the XP-13 was flown with the Curtiss H-1640 engine (shown) and then with P & W Wasp.