This will only happen if he is evaluated by the squadron's flight surgeon and found "unfit to fly"."Unfit" would be any pilot who is willing to fly such dangerous missions, as one would have to be mad to volunteer for possible death.
Park as a logical catch-22 which ensures that any Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) method which is proven to work "would no longer be CAM, it would simply be medicine." The archetypal catch-22, as formulated by Heller, involves the case of John Yossarian, a U. Army Air Forces bombardier, who wishes to be grounded from combat flight.
The title was originally Catch-18, but Heller changed it after the popular Mila 18 was published a short time beforehand.
Everyone, then, who deals with organizations understands the bureaucratic logic of Catch-22.
In a 1998 editorial co-authored by Marcia Angell, a former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, argued that: "It is time for the scientific community to stop giving alternative medicine a free ride.
There cannot be two kinds of medicine – conventional and alternative.