AirNav: Tillamook Airport
Although not officially related to the history of NAS Tillamook, this website provides valuable information about airports across the U.S. We thought we would include this link, in case you wish to fly into Tillamook to visit the historic blimp base.
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum
Even though it is regarded as the largest repository of documents, artifacts, and media related to NAS Tillamook, it also boasts a surprisingly large collection of local history. Many NAST items are currently on loan to the Tillamook Air Museum.
State of Oregon: Oregon Responds to WWII
Part of a new state-wide history preservation project, the Blue Book is composed of many chapters, and is intended as an online history exhibit. This link leads directly to chapters related to World War II, and glances such subjects as NAS Tillamook, and Fort Stevens.
Port of Tillamook Bay
The port is now responsible for maintaining the many buildings that once composed NAS Tillamook. After exploring their quaint little website, we’re sure you will understand why the town of Tillamook is known as: “the land of cheese, trees, and ocean breeze”.
Tillamook Air Museum
The museum is housed in the historic Hangar B at Tillamook, which is now home to one of the top-five privately owned collections of vintage aircraft in the U.S. The website itself offers limited content, but it is worth a quick look. Visiting the museum itself, is a must.