Eisenhower’s Special Assistant for National Security. The first person appointed to the newly created position of National Security Advisor
Robert Cutler allegedly wrote an unsigned memo to General Nathan Twining on July 14, 1954 regarding the scheduling of a July 16 “MJ-12 SSP” presidential briefing. This memo — the only corroborating document of the existence of Majestic 12 — is considered a fairly obvious forgery. It was found in a box of classified material in the National Archives by Stanton Friedman.
Cutler is referenced by Colonel Philip J. Corso, in his book The Day After Roswell, which claims Cutler helped disseminate technology harvested from the 1947 Roswell UFO crash.
- wiki: Robert_Cutler