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This two-seated aircraft was a licence-built and somewhat improved Morane-Saulnier type L. Two was presented to the Army Aviation Company in 1915 and 1916.
Engine was a 90 hp rotating 9-cylinder Thulin A.
Another Thulin D was donated to Finland by the Swedish Count Eric von Rosen. This was the first military aircraft of Finland. The aero plane was painted with the family crest of von Rosen, a blue swastika. This became the symbol the Finnish Air Force until the end of WWII.
Note that the aircraft at the photo below carries civil marking.
Length: 6,54 m. Span: 11,0 m. Maximum take-off weight: 585 kg. Max. speed: 100 km/h.