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Construction of [http://www.fortwiki.com/Cape_Meares_WWII_Radar_Site Radar Station B-25] began in 1943 by the U.S. Army on the Oregon Coast at Cape Meares. Located above Short Beach, it was part of a series of radar installations intended to provide an early warning of attack by Japanese aircraft against the west coast of the United States in the aftermath of the [[islands of Attu and Kiska, in the Aleutian Islands|Japanese capture of the islands of Attu and Kiska]] in the Aleutian archipelago.
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Construction of [http://www.fortwiki.com/Cape_Meares_WWII_Radar_Site Radar Station B-25] began in 1943 by the U.S. Army on the Oregon Coast at Cape Meares. Located above Short Beach, it was part of a series of radar installations intended to provide an early warning of attack by Japanese aircraft against the west coast of the United States in the aftermath of the [[https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/battle-of-the-aleutian-islands|Japanese capture of the islands of Attu and Kiska]] in the Aleutian archipelago.
  
 
{{#spoiler:<p>The body of [[Harry Pond]] was found on Short Beach, not far from the planned radar station site, though long before construction began, at the start of [[Tillamook Guerillas]]. Some, arguably among the more fraught and imaginative, believed he was killed by Japanese commandos who came ashore from a submarine to scout the area in anticipation of an invasion.</p>}}
 
{{#spoiler:<p>The body of [[Harry Pond]] was found on Short Beach, not far from the planned radar station site, though long before construction began, at the start of [[Tillamook Guerillas]]. Some, arguably among the more fraught and imaginative, believed he was killed by Japanese commandos who came ashore from a submarine to scout the area in anticipation of an invasion.</p>}}

Revision as of 15:38, 29 January 2020

Radar Station B-25 is a location in the Eden Pond Series.

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Construction of Radar Station B-25 began in 1943 by the U.S. Army on the Oregon Coast at Cape Meares. Located above Short Beach, it was part of a series of radar installations intended to provide an early warning of attack by Japanese aircraft against the west coast of the United States in the aftermath of the [capture of the islands of Attu and Kiska] in the Aleutian archipelago.

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