MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan — Base officials here reported that Lisa D. Woodard was the Air Force spouse found dead Monday near the bike racks at Tower 214.
The woman’s name was released Tuesday morning.
Base officials said they could provide no additional details as of Tuesday afternoon, including the name of the airman to whom she was married and whether any criminal charges had been filed in the case. But, they added, more information should be forthcoming.
“The investigation is continuing, it’s developing, but there’s nothing to be alarmed about,” said Capt. James Lage, Misawa spokesman.
For a second day, the area between Tower 214 and the bike rack was cordoned off Tuesday with yellow crime scene tape.
Woodard, 24, was pronounced dead at the base hospital at 7:24 a.m. Monday.
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations at Misawa is investigating the cause of death. Officials Monday said that investigation could take up to 190 days.