William F. Trimble

A professor of history at Auburn University in Alabama, William F. Trimble received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Professor Trimble’s book, Attack from the Sea: A History of the U.S. Navy’s Seaplane Striking Force, was published by the Naval Institute Press in 2005. His book, Admiral William A. Moffett: Architect of Naval Aviation, was reprinted in 2007 as one of the Naval Institute Press Bluejacket Books.

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WINGS FOR THE NAVY
This book at last acknowledges the naval aircraft factory's significant contributions to the... Read More
ATTACK FROM THE SEA
An award-winning aviation historian chronicles the Navy's efforts to develop a powerful sea-based... Read More
ADMIRAL WILLIAM A. MOFFETT
Naval aviation historian William F. Trimble provides a clear and detailed portrait of the man who... Read More
HERO OF THE AIR
This book focuses on the role of Glenn H. Curtiss in the origins of aviation in the United States... Read More
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