David Conover

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For the American documentary film and television director, see David G. Conover.
Marilyn Monroe with a RP-5 prop

David Conover (June 26, 1919 - December 21, 1983) was an author and documentary photographer who is credited with discovering Marilyn Monroe while taking photos for Yank magazine. While attached to the U.S. Army Air Forces' First Motion Picture Unit, his commanding officer was future U.S. president Ronald Reagan, who had sent Conover to the Radioplane Munitions Factory where he discovered Monroe.[1][2][3]

His published writings include:

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