Impressions of Edwin H. Land

worked with Din Land for more than a decade as a consultant to the Office of Science & Technology, a two-term member of the President's Science Advisory Committee, and a member of the "Land Panel," which reported to the President's Science Advisor (for Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon), and through him to the Secretary of Defense and the Director of Central Intelligence. My impressions of Din Land in those post-U-2 years were formed mainly through my interaction with him as a member of the Land Panel.

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Impressions of Edwin H. Land

worked with Din Land for more than a decade as a consultant to the Office of Science & Technology, a two-term member of the President's Science Advisory Committee, and a member of the "Land Panel," which reported to the President's Science Advisor (for Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon), and through him to the Secretary of Defense and the Director of Central Intelligence. My impressions of Din Land in those post-U-2 years were formed mainly through my interaction with him as a member of the Land Panel.

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