Colonel Phillip Corso, Sr. was an Army intelligence officer who served on Eisenhower’s National Security Council. After his 21 year military career he served as a military analyst.
In 1947, Colonel Corso personally saw deceased extraterrestrials from the Roswell crash. He also saw a UFO craft at an airbase. He had also seen UFOs travel at 4,000 miles an hour on radar.
When he worked in R&D, he was given fragments of extraterrestrial technologies from various crashes. His job was to seed industries with these technologies, telling them they were from Earthly foreign sources.
He wrote the groundbreaking book, ‘The Day After Roswell’ shortly before he died, to “leave a legacy for his family”. He’d been duty-bound to keep quiet about the topic throughout his life but he felt very strongly about releasing this information “to the kids.”
He thought that spreading lies about weather balloons was ridiculous and he noted that the governments of other countries didn’t do this.
“I have a lot of friends in the Air Force and I won’t criticize my friends but their superiors, the PsyOps, I WILL criticize. Why do they do this? The young people want to know the truth. Give them the truth!”
Interview Directed by James Fox.