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Vladimir Yermolaev

Vladimir Yermolaev

Soviet aerospace engineer
Vladimir Yermolaev
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Intro Soviet aerospace engineer
Was Engineer Aerospace engineer
From Russia United States of America
Type Engineering Science
Gender male
Birth 29 August 1909
Death 31 December 1944 (aged 35 years)
Star sign Virgo
Awards
Order of Suvorov, 2nd class  
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Biography

Vladimir Grigoryevich Yermolaev (Russian: Владимир Григорьевич Ермолаев; 29 August 1909 – 31 December 1944) was a Soviet aircraft designer, general-major of the aviation engineering service. He graduated from the Moscow State University in 1931.

Yermolaev was a leading engineer in development of the Bartini "Stal-7" aircraft. Yermolayev became the chief of OKB-240 in 1939, after Bartini was arrested and interned in a Siberian Gulag; he led the development and production of Stal-7–based long-range bomber DB-240/Yer-2/Yer-4 and its variants with Charomskiy ACh-30 diesel engines.

Yermolaev died in 1944 due to a typhoid infection.

Aircraft

  • Yermolaev Yer-2
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