Colonel Cathcart has a long list that has specific instructions for the prayers the chaplain gives, why is that ironic based on chapter 19?

Chapter 19, thank you!

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All the Colonel really wants is to reach the goal of a general. Eventually, Colonel Cathcart becomes so desperate to be a general that he decides to utilize religious practices to fulfill his goal. He invites the chaplain to his offices and hands him a copy of The Saturday Evening Post showing an American squadron praying before each mission. The chaplain is relieved that Colonel Cathcart is not going to yell at him again.