Alan Yosh Retired US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant has died

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Alan Yoshida Death – Retired Chief Master Sergeant Alan “Yosh” Yoshida, United States Air Force has passed away. Chief Master Sergeant Alan T. Yoshida was announced dead by those affected by his passing. He died unexpectedly, according to reports. His unwavering spirit of service, unwavering humility, and unwavering dedication to the Combat Control brotherhood will continue to inspire generations to come.

“Though he may be gone, Alan’s legacy will live on. We offer our deepest condolences to Alan’s family and friends. May his memory be cherished forever and may his commitment to serving others be a guiding light for us all.”

Alan played a pivotal role in establishing the Combat Control Foundation, leaving an immeasurable impact on our fundraising efforts. His commitment went well beyond financial contributions.

Attending the initial two fundraisers with his family, Alan’s daughter tirelessly managed the bar, while his wife captured invaluable moments—all in a selfless effort to bolster the community. The Foundation’s early triumphs owe much to Alan’s unwavering dedication.

“Our deepest condolences to CMSgt Alan “Yosh” Yoshida’s family, teammates, and friends. Yosh, a true warrior, was among the first to set foot in Afghanistan after 9/11. Our community and country has lost a great warrior. Until we RV in Valhalla.”

His humility was striking, epitomizing the ethos of the Combat Control community by valuing camaraderie and teamwork above all. Alan’s desire to be among his comrades speaks volumes about his character. He sought no recognition or grand displays, keeping his focus firmly on the mission and the well-being of his fellow warriors.

Apart from his Foundation commitments, Alan nurtured relationships aimed at advancing the careers and prospects of the Combat Control community. His vision and leadership have left an enduring impact on the lives of numerous individuals.

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