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History of the plant

In the area of ​​the airfield of the Leningrad Military District, in 1925, the PAM-3 (repair and aviation workshop) is being created to repair engines and aircraft. year RAM-3 is transformed into aircraft repair plant number XXUMX. The date 47 has since become the anniversary of the creation of the plant number XXUMX - later became the Orenburg Machine-Building Plant.

Close cooperation with the design office of the chief designer A.Yakovlev. getting better in 30s. His developments, such as AIR-6, UT-2, UT-1, became the main products of the plant over the next few years. A.S. Yakovlev repeatedly visited the plant and in many ways helped to establish it as a serial plant. Autumn 1937 year., VP Chkalov visited the plant after a historic flight across the North Pole to the United States of America.

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By 1937, the mass production of training aircraft UT-1 was fully mastered, and in 1938-1939 over five hundred training aircraft UT-2 were produced. Due to the unfavorable development of military operations in the first stages of the war at the end of July 1941, the evacuation of plant No. 47 in the area of ​​rear began. 31.07.1941 left the first echelon filled with equipment from Leningrad to Chkalov (now Orenburg), and already 25.10.1941 the fourth machine shop began to produce the first products for the front.

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Plant number 47 during the Second World War produced the aircraft: UT-2М, UT-2, transport-landing plane SCHE-2 of designer Shcherbakov A.Ya. and the YAK-6 headquarters of the designer AS Yakovlev and Total 1595 aircraft delivered for frontline purposes.

The 1954-1958 plant massively produced MI-1 helicopters. A total of them were produced by 597. AN-2, AN-1 (sports gliders of the design bureau Antonova OK), CE-25 (amphibious gliders of the designer Tsibina PV), Yak-14 (aircraft of the design bureau of AS Yakovlev), PO-2 (the aircraft in the passenger and sanitary versions of the design office of Polikarpov N.N.) is being produced starting from 1947 of the year. There is a release and development and IL-10M (attack aircraft-bombers SV Ilyushin Design Bureau ).

Successfully mastered and ensured the mass production of an unmanned projectile — an aircraft of the design of the design office of Bereznyak, A.Ya. in 1957-1958.

15.10.1961 plant №47 renamed the Orenburg Machine Works.

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Plant for 1950-80 years fulfilled orders for missiles 8K11, single-stage ballistic missile 8K63 medium-range ballistic missiles of intercontinental 15A20, 8K84, sea-based anti-ship missiles, and so on. Military missile system, including missile 8K63 in 1959 year was adopted. Military unit in charge of these complexes were found to be formed Strategic Rocket Forces.

8K84 in 1974 was retired. Even more close to perfection, with increased combat capabilities and tactical and technical characteristics of the rocket of new generations came to replace it. These include 8K84М, 15А20, 8К84УТТХ, 15А20У, instrument-modular units for 15А30 and so on.

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For the Navy, the Valkan, Basalt, Yakhont, and Granit anti-ship missiles were manufactured at the sea-based plant. The Granit missiles became a powerful weapon of the Russian Navy. Today, they are equipped with "Peter the Great" (nuclear cruiser), "Admiral Kuznetsov" (aircraft carrier) and other submarines and surface ships.

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For the successful implementation of the tasks of the government, the plant was awarded the Order of the Red Labor Banner in 1961. Many technically sophisticated modern products were mastered in 1965-1972. Above the orders of the chief designer Babakin G.N. The work was carried out on the production of blocks of automatic stations intended for the study of Mars, the Moon and Venus.

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All the factories of aviation can be found here

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