last July you posted this picture
I found her a while ago while searching for something else. Now, if it wasn't funny enough that she landed safely on her own, she also tried to start again. When the local sherif arrived, he found the plane with engine still running, propelling her forward over the field.
After she was recovered, she was repaired and went back to service.
After her retirement she wasn't mothballed or scrapped, but went to the National Museum of the United States Airforce near Dayton, Ohio, where she is still on display.
Pictures taken from Wikipedia