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Ralston E. Bixler

Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Forces

O-728163

401st Bomber Squadron
91st Bomber Group, Heavy

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: February 26, 1943
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Cambridge American Cemetery
Cambridge, England
Awards: Air Medal, Purple Heart

SECOND LIEUTENANT RALSTON E. BIXLER was born in 1916 to the Reverend and Mrs. C.E. Bixler. He had married, and made his home with his wife Lorrayne H. Bixler, at 214 Redman Avenue in Haddonfield NJ. After qualifying for flight duty, he was trained as a member of a bomber crew, and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in 1942. Assigned to the 401st Bomber Squadron, 91st Bomber Group, Heavy, he flew out of Bassingbourn, England.

Ralston Bixler was reported missing in action on February 26, 1943. His body was never recovered and he was later declared to have been killed in action. He was survived by his wife, of the Haddonfield NJ address, and his father, then living in Miami FL. 


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