All Colonel Cathcart can think about is Yossarian; it is too much of a coincidence for the man the chaplain mentioned not to be the same Yossarian who was the cause of Cathcart’s most humiliating moment. A man named Yossarian arrived wearing nothing but moccasins to receive his Distinguished Flying Cross medal from Colonel Dreedle. Upon reflection, he is mortified to remember that he also approved a medal for someone named Yossarian for blowing up an ammunition dump despite his striking another airplane in the process. Cathcart feels as...
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