by Henry R. Schlesinger, Robert Wallace et al.
May 25, 2008 One of the most enduring and endearing characters of author Ian Fleming's books about super-spy James Bond is Q, the brilliant gadget man. Today, Q's influence reverberates throughout government agencies in the United States and abroad.
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