Japanese Surrender Deligation standing under a wing of a Betty Bomber on the island of Ie Shima

Betty Bomber with Japan's Surrender Delegation taking off from Ie Shima for Japan with WW2 Surrender Papers.

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The Japanese Surrender Delegation takes off for Japan from the Island of  Ie Shima in World War 2, Historic Photo.
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Betty Bomber takes off for Japan with Surrender Envoy.
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After a daring flight from Japan with all of Japan's aircraft trying to shoot this Japanese Betty Bomber down, this Betty Bomber and the Japanese Surrender Delegation is returning to Japan for some real action with all of the Japanese Army and Air Force trying to stop them.  They are carrying the surrender papers back to Emperor Hirohito to end World War 2.


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"Elsie," the P-38J Lightning flown by Lt. Col. Clay Tice, Jr., the commanding officer of the 49th Fighter Group and the first American pilot to land in Japan after its surrender. It features fine surface details; a glazed canopy; 10 HVARs (High Velocity Aircraft Rockets) on wing-mounted "Christmas tree" launch racks


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