Morane – Saulnier M.S.137 EP2

Morane - Saulnier M.S.137 EP2

  • Role: Trainer
  • Dimentions: Wingspan 10.90m, Length 6.85m, Height 3.69m
  • Engine: 1 x Le Rhone 9C (80 hp)
  • Armament: 1 × .303in Vickers machine gun, 1 × .303in Lewis machine gun
  • Crew: 2
  • Number in service: 16+
  • Country of production: France
  • Years in service: 1925 – 1935

The M.S. 137 EP2 was a French construction, 2-seater training airplane. One of the least known airplanes in the history of the Air Force, probably a variation of the MS.138 especially built for Greece. It was one of the many parasol-wing type training airplanes of Morane Saulnier that were used during the mid-war period. Its presence is detected in the mid 1920s. In 1931, At least 16 airplanes were in service. The M.S. 137 EP2 were used until 1935.