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  Breguet Type III (biplane)

 

Thailand

A Breguet Type III biplane on display at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum (fig.). It is named after the French early aviation pioneer and aircraft designer Louis Breguet, who first manufactured it in 1910, in France.

 

In this type of plane Maj. Luang Sakdi Sanyawut, one of the three RTAF's Founding Fathers (fig.), in 1912 took his training aviation course at Villacoublay, a military air base near Paris (fig.).

See also POSTAGE STAMPS (1), (2) and (3).

 

  Breguet Type III (biplane)