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Pavel Osipovich SUKHOY

aircraft designer

Pavel SUKHOY, USSR Aircraft designer. Doctor of Technology Science; Aircraft Designer-General; Director, Joint Design Bureau, State Committee Aviation Engineering, USSR Council of Ministers. two Order of Lenin; two Stalin Prizes.


SUKHOY, Pavel was born in 1895 in Western Belarusian.


1925 graduated Moscow Higher Technology School.


1924-1933 draftsman, designer, section head, and Deputy Chief Designer,Department of Experimental Aircraft Construction, Moscow Central Aerodynamics Institute. 1932 Head, Section for Designing Experimental Record Long-Range Aircraft, Experimental Design Bureau Nr.46. 1933 helped design reconnaissance and other aircraft.

1934-1935 designed and built his first combat plane, the all-metal twin-engined DB-1 long-range bomber. 1936-1937 developed the twin-engined DB-2 long-range bomber (civil version “Rodina”). 1939 designed the all-metal one-engined Su-2 bomber.

S. World War II engaged in experimental aircraft construction. 1954 developed the twinengined Su-14 jet bomber, which was put into military service. Since 1955 has been working on a super-heavy, multi-engine long-range jet bomber.

Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1958 convocation.


No religious basis is needed in order to display ethical behavior.


The emphasis on peaceful coexistence doesn’t mean that the Soviet Union accepted a static world with clear lines. Socialism is inevitable and the "correlations of forces" were moving towards socialism.