Lt. Col. Philip Corso was entrusted with the future of human technology. The clues were stuffed into a filing cabinet and locked away for 14 years after the Roswell UFO crash. As head of the U.S. Army Foreign Technology Department, Corso was tasked with finding military industrial contractors to back-engineer an array of sought after technologies from the scavenged parts of the wreckage. But he missed one thing – the body of the ET. He says he made a mistake in not trying to research and understand the ET body, which was inextricably intertwined with the technology aboard the craft. He felt this pointed to our future.
Philip Corso, Jr. was witness to his father’s life and has gifts in engineering himself. He informed me that this interview will be his last on the topic of Roswell and his father, who passed away in 1998. The release of his father’s book ‘The Day After Roswell’ left his family ravaged with scandal and lawsuits as the military intelligence community attempted to discredit Corso, Sr. His story is larger than life with deep implications for our future.
(You might also want to pick up a copy of the original book ‘The Day After Roswell’ and Paola Harris’ ‘Conversations With Col. Corso’)