All 96 passengers of the deadly Philippine Air Force plane crash have been accounted for, the military said on Monday.
Officials say 47 people were killed in the Sunday incident, while the rest sustained injuries.
A number of soldiers jumped out of the aircraft before it hit the ground, sparing them from the explosion caused by the crash.
That's according to a joint task force statement.
Three civilians were also killed on the ground and four injured.
As recovery efforts continued, trucks were seen hauling away bodybags.
The plane overshot the runway after it touched down at Jolo airport in southern Sulu province.
A military spokesman said the challenge now is identifying the charred bodies at the site of the crash,
He added that the Lockheed C-130 aircraft was in "very good condition". Although the military has grounded one other aircraft of the same model.
A probe has been ordered into the crash, which will begin after the recovery efforts.