Din Land: Patriot From Polaroid
With the advent of the "Cold War," Din Land served his nation individually and with even greater secrecy than he did during World War II. Land did not invent the devices that made our nation the true superpower of the Cold War. Instead, he recognized in their infancy those technologies important to our national security and spent a great deal of time, energy, and his own money urging our nation's leaders to fund such developments. His service to his nation spanned nearly three decades. In all that time Din Land remained out of the limelight, which, considering his penchant for the dramatic might seem, at first, most unusual.
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