The Japanese Betty Bomber takes off after its surrender to the U.S. is done. US Soldiers stand along the runway as a salute to the end of the war with Japan. The papers were already signed but the Envoy had to make it back to Japan even though they now had the Entire Japanese Air Force and Army trying to stop them. These surrender papers were signed by General MacArthur in Manila, but they still needed to get back to Emperor Hirohito before the public signing of surrender could be made aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay.
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By Jesse Pettey.
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