A Crane Carries this Poor P-47 back home on Ieshima.

A P-47 being towed off of the runway after a belly landing. This picture shows a crane picking the ole bird up and carrying it back to its roost on Ie Shima.
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This P-47 has done a belly landing. 
You can see the prop is bent and the gear is still up

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