If you remember him, he's the legend who was put to deal with the scavenged material from the Roswell Incident. He's a whistleblower, and... I can't emphazise this enough, a legend. (He's one of those people that wannabe macho guys like me want to be when other men dreams about being John Rambo or Terminator.
Anyways, George Knapp interviewed him in 1992. Now, the whole interview is up on ATS Media. Enjoy:
*Bows down to the legendary Philip J Corso*
Oh, and yeah, if you like what he has to say, do what I've done and buy his book, "the Day After Roswell". I've still to read it, but there he goes into detail about the many materials and items that we developed after, and thanks to Roswell, such as fiber optics and lasers for example. I suspect it's a very good book.
"Better be dead and cool, than alive and uncool" Harley Davidson