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AAFB airman's death ruled suicide

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The airman's body from the death investigation at Andersen Air Force Base was identified as Airman First Class Kelsey Anderson, assigned to the 36th Security Forces Squadron.  She was found dead inside a hangar at the Yigo air base.

The case has been ruled a suicide. 

36th Wing Commander Brigadier General John Doucette says their hearts go out to the loved ones and colleagues of a great airman and are doing everything they can to support Airman Anderson's family at their time of loss.

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