Brian Trimmer is a history instructor with nineteen years of experience in the classroom and online. He holds his Master’s Degree in U.S. History and is a scholar on the Second World War. He currently lives in Southern California.
When Japanese submarines launched a few, scattered attacks on shipping along the Pacific Coast, the United States Navy moved quickly to establish new naval air stations to support squadrons of anti-submarine blimps. This is the story of Naval Air Station Tillamook and the unsung heroes who guarded the coast.