Raymond E. Brim
Raymond E. Brim was born in 1922 in the mining town of Dividend, Utah, the son of the bookkeeper and the town's only nurse. He studied political science at the University of Utah, but dropped out to enlist in the Army Air Corps. He was assigned to a B-17 bomber, 482nd Squadron, where he flew missions over Germany during 1943 and 1944. As a Pathfinder pilot, Ray pioneered radar technology leading both day and night raids as far as Berlin. Currently retired and living in Salt Lake City, Ray, now in his nineties, still enjoys recalling his days as a World War II pilot as well as his later career in the Air Force, from which he retired as a colonel.
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