Air Force identifies Yokota civilian worker who died off base

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The Air Force on July 12, 2017, identified a member of its civilian workforce who died off base in Japan this week. ALLEN ONSTOTT/STARS AND STRIPES
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The Air Force on July 12, 2017, identified a member of its civilian workforce who died off base in Japan this week. ALLEN ONSTOTT/STARS AND STRIPES

Air Force identifies Yokota civilian worker who died off base

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published: July 13, 2017

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — The Air Force has identified a member of its civilian workforce who died off base in Japan this week.

“Allen M. Tesch, a civilian employed by the 374th Force Support Squadron and retired Air Force Technical Sergeant, was pronounced dead on [Tuesday] after being found unresponsive off base,” officials at Yokota in western Tokyo said in a statement Thursday.

Tesch was taken by Japanese emergency services to a civilian hospital where he was pronounced dead, the statement said. The cause of death is under investigation.

Tesch served as assistant manager of vehicle operations, according to the Yokota Force Support Squadron website.

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