The Day After Roswell
Colonel Philip Corso was a member of President Eisenhower's National Security Council, former head of the Foreign Technology Desk at the U.S. Army's Research and Development department, and a decorated WWII veteran.
In 1997, he published his memoir, called The Day After Roswell. In his book, he claims he was given an extraordinary mission; examine the Roswell files and recommend how its contents could be of use to US technological advancement.
Corso writes that he found himself analyzing a cache of UFO parts and information which "an Army retrieval team...pulled out of the wreckage of a flying disk that had crashed outside the town of Roswell in the New Mexico desert in the early-morning darkness during the first week of July 1947."
With the support of Corso's family, program examines Corso's testimony about the existence of UFOs and the idea that alien technology participated in US technological advancement of the 1960s.