FUCHU II
AERIAL PHOTO OF FUCHU AIR STATION 1965
PHOTO SUBMITTED BY KEVIN MALONE
TAKEN FROM THE BARRACKS WINDOW LOOKING DOWN ON THE COURT YARD ON A SNOWY DAY 1974 
PHOTO KEVIN MALONE
MAYBE ONE OF THE DEPENDENT SCHOOLS WITH THE MICROWAVE TOWER ON THE UPPER RIGHT SIDE OF THE PICTURE 1974
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PARKING LOT WITH WHAT APPEARS TO BE THE BOILER BUILDING IN THE BACKGROUND 1974
PHOTO KEVIN MALONE
THE NCO CLUB 1980
PHOTO KEVIN MALONE
THE BARRACKS NEXT TO THE TENNIS COURTS 1980
PHOTO KEVIN MALONE
THANKS TO KEVIN MALONE FOR THIS PAGE.
  • PACOM ELINT CENTER BEHIND THE NCO CLUB, BASE EDUCATION AND HOBBY SHOPS 1967
  • PHOTO CARL LINDBERG
ROBERT L GOFF
Robert L. Goff Bob was born on April 27, 1931 in Omaha, Nebraska and died peacefully on December 13, 2015 at his daughter's home in Tacoma. Bob was the youngest in his family and left home at 16 to join the Air Force. He served in the Air Force for 24 years before retiring and going to work civil service for the Army until his final retirement. He was preceded in death by his wife, Chiyoko, his parents Harry (Henry) and Leila Goff, his brother George and sisters Charlotte, Frances, Jane and Mae. Bob was a kind and loving husband, father and grandpa. He will be lovingly remembered by his daughter Liz, his son-in-law Glenn Savitz, his grandson David, many nieces, nephews and friends. Bob will be laid to rest at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, WA. 
​Bob had 4 assignments in Japan his first was Brady Field 1949-1950, second was Tsuzuki AB 1954-1959, third was Fuchu 1960-1964 and lase Yokota AB 1967-1971. I met him the first time at Johnson Family Housing in March 1967.
We both work in Teletype Communications with the 2127 Communications 
Squadron, me in Base Communications and him in TacCom.  My last year I worked in TacCom with Bob my supervisor. I left in January 1971 and he left in June 1971 after school was out so his daughter could finish 4th grade. His death ended 48 years and 9 months of our friendship. His wife Chiyoko and my wife Shirley (Hatsume) good friends until my wife died in 1992 at the age of 59.
Bob Proctor