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Pilot Physicians
Depending on the individual's career path, most start out as military pilots and then move on to medical school. Once selected into the Pilot-Physician program they combine their experience as pilots with their expertise as medical doctors to scrutinize the physiological interaction of humans and the aircraft they fly. In a case like that of the F-22, the technologically bilingual skill set of the pilot-physician played an essential role in investigating aerial incidents and mishaps.
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