First Hour: Former military intelligence official Luis Elizondo confirmed in a New York Times report the existence of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a hidden Pentagon government unit that he directed, which researched UFOs. He eventually resigned after expressing to the government that the phenomena the program investigated could pose a major threat to national security. Elizondo joins George Knapp to discuss his work with AATIP, his current position with To the Stars Academy, efforts to educate Congress regarding the UFO mystery, and the upcoming History Channel TV series "Unidentified."
Hours 2 & 3: Dr. Jacques Vallee, pioneer in the field of UFOs, will present details of new research into an astonishing encounter case that has spanned 40 years. The case reveals the global nature of the phenomena and explains the consequences in very personal terms. He'll also share excerpts from his new book, Forbidden Science Volume 4, which covers UFO research during the tumultuous 1990s, including the creation of Robert Bigelow's research organization NIDS.
Last hour: Dr. John Alexander is a leading advocate for the development of non-lethal weapons. During his varied career, he held many key positions in research and development, special operations and intelligence. He has also commanded Special Forces “A” Teams in Vietnam and Thailand. He will discuss the latest developments in the search for the secrets behind UFOs and the U.S. government’s hand in this effort.