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In-Flight Health: JetBlue Pilot Hits Breaking Point

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A pilot for JetBlue had to be subdued by passengers Tuesday after he left the cockpit mid-flight and went on a rant, screaming about Iraq and Israel. JetBlue has suspended the pilot, identified as Clayton Osbon, and has called this a "medical situation," which raises questions about psychological screening of commercial airline pilots. Host Melissa Block has more.
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