Jesse Marcel Jr. joined the US Navy in 1962 and was assigned to the USS Renville (APA 227) and shortly thereafter participated in the Cuban Missile Crisis attached to combat units as member of ship's company. Later he completed specialty training in Otolaryngology at the Naval Hospital, San Diego, California. He then retired from the Navy in July of 1971 and entered private practice in Helena, Montana. He joined the Montana Army National Guard in 1973, went through helicopter flight training as a flight surgeon at Ft. Rucker, Alabama earning his wings in 1981. During his career in the National Guard, he was appointed State Surgeon of the State of Montana and retired from the military the second time in August of 1996 on his 60th birthday.
The Iraqi war required his being called back to active duty in October of 2004, shortly after his 68th birthday. He then served as a flight surgeon for the 189th Attack Helicopter Battalion flying 225 hrs of combat while in country, being discharged again from active duty in December of 2005 to the Ready Reserve.Jesse Marcel Jr. is currently employed as a specialist in Otolaryngology at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Ft. Harrison, Montana.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 9/26/96 when Dr. Jesse Marcel Jr. detailed the night his father brought home pieces of debris from the Roswell UFO crash of 1947. ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Appearing in the middle two hours, Phillip Krapf, formerly with the L.A. Times news staff, discussed his encounters with Paul, a being who claimed to be his guardian angel. Paul had the ability to materialize at will, and spent many hours conversing and counseling him, he detailed. Starting in 1997, Krapf said he had contact experiences with an ET race called the Verdants. ... More »Host: George Noory
Broadcasting live from the Roswell UFO Festival, George and co-host Richard C. Hoagland welcomed several surprise guests. ... More »Host: George Noory
George Noory was joined by flight surgeon Jesse Marcel Jr., the son of Jesse Marcel, the military officer who described the Roswell debris as having been "not made on this earth." UFO researcher Stanton Friedman also participated in the discussion. ... More »Host: George Noory