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|Fate||Merged into Tupolev|
Arkhangelsky Design Bureau was a short-lived Soviet military aircraft design bureau headed by Alexander Arkhangelsky. Formerly working for Andrei Tupolev, Arkhangelsky was assigned his own bureau in 1940 to develop a dive-bomber version of the Tupolev SB (the Arkhangelsky Ar-2). The bureau was re-integrated into Tupolev the following year.
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