Nick Fury brings the Delite LMD to Tony Stark in order to find some clue amongst its remains. The session prompts Fury to reminisce about the origins of SHIELD under its original director Rick Stoner and the events leading up to Fury taking command. Stark finds a microchip inside which plays a hologram of Von Strucker explaining that the Delite Affair and the Death Head's squad was all an elaborate ruse to deflect attention away from Von Strucker's resurrection plans. The LMD self destructs (in five seconds no less) but Stark manages to contain the explosion within a force field.
I'm a big fan of Wyman's work, nothing too flashy or over-muscled, just plain old-fashioned solid artwork. Nick Fury has boasted some trippy artwork in his history, but in the end the character is best served by the more realistic artists who help set him apart from the other super-hero stuff going about. The cover artwork by Lou Harrison makes Fury looks a little too William Shatner.
As time goes on, this oneshot ages worse and worse; fitting no where really in continuity and would maybe be better treated as a What If, if not for its possible insights into the Fury/Agent 13 miniseries. The character of Rick Stoner would have made for a more interesting character if not for his many similarities to Fury himself.