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Catch-22 - Chapter 30 "Dunbar" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 "Dunbar" Summary

Dunbar is becoming edgy, snarling at superior officers and behaving crudely even toward the Chaplain. While breaking in some new recruits on a training mission, Yossarian is terrified by McWatt's reckless showboat flying, nearly strangling the pilot in his effort to convince McWatt to raise altitude. Yossarian and Nurse Sue Ann Duckett begin a romance, with Sue Ann fitting in perfectly amongst the guys. Returning from a training mission, McWatt performs his customary low-altitude buzzing of the bobbing raft. Clowning around, Kid Sampson leaps up to touch the aircraft as it overhead, only to be sliced in two by one of the propellers. Everyone on the beach is horrified by the grisly display. Rather than land the vehicle and face the consequences, McWatt continues to climb. Two parachutes, those of the trainees, appear and begin fluttering to the ground. McWatt dips...

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