Brazil hasn’t simply disclosed, but instead has taken a number of preliminary steps. They may be prodding the United States, which I’m sure Brazil does not want to irritate, to go first.
Thanks to Sharon.
BRAZILIAN AIR FORCE CONFIRMS UFO REPORTS AND REGULATES HOW TO HANDLE THEM
Posted to ECETI Yahoo group
The Brazilian Air Force commander, Lieutenant-Brigadier Juniti Saito (equivalent to 4-stars General), has just given a major step to openly recognize the UFO Phenomena as serious and worthy of immediate actions in Brazil. Saito, a very respected man by the current Federal Administration, issued a public statement regulating how UFO reports should be handled in Brazil, by whom and what destination should they have.
Brazil must be the first country in the world to have such measure published in its official journal, called Diário Oficial da União, which is openly public and records every and all acts taken by our Administration, its agencies and entities. The document was published Tuesday, August 10 and can be read below translated into English.
This is a great example of how a public campaign such as UFOs: Freedom of Information Now, conducted by the Brazilian Committee of UFO Researchers (CBU) through the Brazilian UFO Magazine, can make things happen. The actual measure by Lieutenant-Brigadier Saito is a direct result of the campaign, following several others, such as the release of thousands of pages of UFO secret documents and hundreds of photos, including material of the Operation Saucer.
See more information here:
1,300 New pages of formerly secret UFO documents surface in Brazil
There is a real commotion in the Brazilian UFO Community at this moment, as it has achieved much more than it could expect in its most optimistic dreams. Even the over 300 members of the Brazilian UFO Magazine are completely surprised by what happened. According to the official release, military should register and forward UFO occurrences to the National Archives, the final destination of UFO.
THOUSAND OF CASES TO BE RELEASED
It is yet to be determined if the reports of UFO occurrences made all over the last three or four decades of Brazilian official involvement with the phenomena are included, or just the most recent ones. Also, if the reported cases that have been officially investigated by the Brazilian Air Force and its agencies are also included, as well as the results of such investigations. It is widely known that the country had several departments at the Brazilian Air Force designed to document and research UFO activity, as reported by the Brazilian UFO Magazine.
Also, in a recent exclusive interview to the publication, Lieutenant-Brigadier José Carlos Pereira, former commander of the Brazilian Airspace Defense Command, has declared that there are tons of official documents produced by the Brazilian Air Force over the last decades, and that he determined that all data was digitalized and inserted in a huge databank. Pereira was also responsible for elaborating a complete new form to be filled by civilian and military pilots when they see UFOs in the country. “There are hundreds of such forms”.
By regulating the way that military should handle UFO reports, especially those coming from air traffic control and aviation personnel, as stated in the official journal, the Brazilian Air Force practically recognizes the materiality of the UFO Phenomena, as it was recently declared by a few other top military, such as Lieutenant-Brigadier Sócrates Monteiro, former minister of Air Force, and Pereira itself, among many others, in exclusive interviews given to the Brazilian UFO Magazine and reported worldwidely.
Some of the astounding declarations made by these men can be read here:
“All UFO secrets must be disclosed”, says Brazilian top military
Brazil’s former Air Force minister makes statements about UFOs
More sources of Brazilian military information achieved by the Brazilian UFO Magazine:
Another Brazilian military officer reveals UFO investigation, observation and physical evidence
Retired Lieutenant-Colonel discloses new revelations on Operation Saucer in the Amazon, 1977
A SOLID AND INTELLIGENT PHENOMENON
The materiality of the UFO Phenomena by Brazilian military has also been clearly recognized in an official document just recently released to the UFO community through the efforts of the Brazilian UFO Magazine named ‘Occurrence Report’ and related to what is called ‘Official UFO Night in Brazil’, when 21 spherical objects, estimated 100 meters in diameter – according to military sources – literally jammed air traffic over the major Brazilian airports, when several Mirage and F5 jets scrambled to pursue them for hours.
In its Final Considerations section, the ‘Occurrence Report’ reads: “As a conclusion of the observed facts in almost all presentations, it is the opinion of this Command that the phenomenon is solid and reflects intelligence by its capacity to follow and sustain distance from the observers, as well as to fly in formation, and are not necessarily manned craft”. Again, “the phenomenon is solid and reflects intelligence”;
See the report here:
Brazilian military document confirms UFOs “Solid and Under Intelligent Control”
The document ‘Occurrence Report’ in PDF file and in English:
OPENING A PRECEDENT IN THE CONTINENT
This is a major breakthrough to all UFO researchers and especially to the Brazilian UFO Community, as it may open a precedent in the Continent and other areas of the planet to other countries do the same. We at the Brazilian Committee of UFO Researchers (CBU) are all very glad to say that the official recognition of the seriousness of the UFO Phenomena and the need of proper handling the reports is a result of the campaign UFOs: Freedom Of Information Now, started in 2004 and widely announced both domestically and internationally.
There aren’t many countries in the world today – if any – that had its military taken such a bold and unprecedented decision on a public basis, in a public record. It is always good to remember that Brazil was also the first country in the world to officially admit the UFO Phenomena, back in the 50s, when colonel João Adil de Oliveira made a clear statement at the Superior School of War, in Rio de Janeiro, assuming that the investigation of the nature and manifestation of UFOs should be of immediate concern of the Brazilian military.
Towards all these years, many Brazilian UFO researchers have done their best to make the UFO Phenomena worthy of public credibility and acknowledged by the authorities, and I am very pleased to say that it has just happened in a very solid way. This generation of UFO researchers, all belonging to the Brazilian Committee of UFO Researchers (CBU) and to the Brazilian UFO Magazine, inspired and following the example of our pioneers, are making things happen.
A. J. Gevaerd
Editor, Brazilian UFO Magazine
Former coordinator, Brazilian Committee of UFO Researchers (CBU)
National Director, Mutual UFO Network (MUFON)
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This is the news spread all over the country by news agencies:
“BRAZILIAN AIR FORCE REGULATES WHAT TO DO WITH REPORTS OF UFOs IN BRAZIL”
According to the official release, military should just register and forward UFO occurrences. The final destination of UFO reports is the National Archives. An official act published this Tuesday (10) in the Official Journal regulates how the Air Force should handle reports of “unidentified flying objects (UFOs)” in Brazilian airspace. According to the document, the Air Force Command (COMAER) should concentrate its activities in this field to record the occurrences and forward them records to the National Archives.
The official act, named Portaria 551/GC3, of August 09, 2010, also indicates the Brazilian Aerospace Defense Command (COMDABRA) as responsible for receiving and cataloging the occurrences of UFOs. The records reported by personnel from the air traffic control system should be forwarded to the Aeronautics History Documentation Center (CENDOC), as determined by ordinance. The CENDOC, in turn, is indicated as responsible for filing copies of records sent and send the originals to the National Archives.”
And this is the document Portaria 551/GC3, published in the Diário Oficial da União, Brazilian official journal:
“REGULATION THE REGISTRATION AND HANDLING OF MATERIAL RELATED TO `UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS’ WITHIN THE SPHERE OF THE AIR FORCE COMMAND”
The Air Force commander, in accordance with the provisions of section XIV of art. 23 Regimental Structure of the Aeronautics Command, approved by Regulation No. 6834 of April 30, 2009, and considering the procedure set out in paragraph 67000.001974/2010-61, decides:
1. The activities of the Air Force Command (COMAER) related to the subject of “unidentified flying objects (UFO) are restricted to registering occurrences and sending them to the National Archives.
2. The Brazilian Aerospace Defense Command (COMDABRA), as the central organ of the Brazilian Aerospace Defense System (SISDABRA), is the organization of the COMAER responsible for receiving and cataloging reports related to UFOs, in proper forms, originating from personnel from the air traffic control services, and route them regularly to CENDOC.
3. The Aeronautics History Documentation Center (CENDOC) is the organization of the COMAER responsible for the copying, binding, filing copies of the records forwarded by COMDABRA and send the originals, periodically, to the National Archive.
(signed) Lieutenant-Brigadier Juniti Saito”