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All that changed on Heller

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All that changed on Heller's thirty-seventh mission, a raid on Avignon, on the Rhone River in  southeast France, the basis of a fictionalized account that is central to  Catch-22.  During the bombing  run, a co-pilot panicked and set the B-25 into a dive, causing Heller to be pressed against the top of  the bombardier's compartment. After the plane was again under control, the co-pilot called over the  intercom, "Help him! Help him!" Heller replied, "Help who?" "Help the bombardier!" was the co-pilot's  response. "I'm the bombardier; I'm all right," Heller answered. When he then checked the rear of the  plane, however, Heller found that one of the gunners was, in fact, wounded, and Heller realized that  death lay near on these flights. The young lieutenant's war was not the same after that. He did 
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