JANAP 146 PDF
CHANGE NO. 2 to JANAP (E) is EFFECTIVE UPON RECEIPT and JANAP (D), which shall be destroyed in accordance with current. JANAP (). CHAPTER I. GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE OF COMMUNICATION. INSTRUCTIONS FOR REPORTING. VITAL INTELLIGENCE. for the U.S. JANAP (D) will become effective for the Canadian Forces when directed by the appropriate implementing agency. 3. This publication contains.
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JANAP 146 – Airline Pilots and Ufo Sightings
This flies in the face of what the public were being told. Every reasonable effort should be radc to positively identify the object elghted.
Give brief description of the cbj’. Communications procedures to be employed will be basically those prescribed for the communications system or service used. A position with reference to a known landmark also should be given in electrical reports, such as “2mi N of Dee- ville;” “3mi SW of Blue Jajap.
He promises to meet with me sometime and tell me all.
ARMY-NAVY-AIR FORCE PUBLICATION (C) (JANAP [C])10 MARCH
Unknown about non-US carriers. Head of a p. Give brief description of the sighting which should contain the following items as appropriate: Also, this was an ongoing pair of reporting systems which janao used to report UFOs years after If the port of arrival is outside of Canada or USA, the report is to be made to the nearest Canadian 164 US military or dip- lomatic representative in the area.
News and informational articles posted here are for the non-profit purposes of criticism comment education and news reporting. Give brief 416 of the sighting which should contain the following items as appropriate. The following pages removed from JANAP E incident to the entry of this change shall be destroyed in accordance with current Service regulations: All civilian faci- lities and personnel are also urged to do so.
Vessels which are manned by military or civil service personnel will use military communication procedure. Ground procedures have been established to handle CIRVIS reports by Jxnap States military and civil communications facilities, so the same procedures as those now established and in use by pilots for air traffic control shall be followed. These evaluations shall be ex- pressed in terms indicating the reported sighting as being Positive, Probable, Possible, or No Threat insofar as being a threat to the security of the United States of America and Canada or their forcesor an ex- planation of the subject reported when known.
The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression. Any person who makes janal unauthorized transmission or dis- closure of such a report may be liable to ajnap under Title 18 of the US CodeChapter 37, or the Canadian Official Secrets Act ofas amended. Vessels which are manned by military or civil service personnel will use military communication procedure.
Such reports should be transmitted as a brief message cancelling the previous report s. These headquarters are the normal points of contact between the two countries and are responsible for passing MERINT reports of interest, including delayed reports, to each other.
If photographs were taken and have not already been forwarded, they should be forwarded as in- dicated in paragraph as soon as possible after reaching ORIGINAL f pozt.
Sightings within the scope of this chapter, as outlined in paragraphs b 126 and 7are to be reported as follows: Communications stations to include any commercial, government or military facility such as coastal marine radio station, telegraph office, naval or coast guard shore radio station or any other communications facility receiving MERINT reports will immediately after receipting process the report as follows: Communications stations to include any commercial, government or military facility such as coastal marine radio station, telegraph office, naval or coast guard shore radio station or any other communications facility receiving MERINT reports will immediately after receipting process the report as follows: The procedures contained in this publication are provided for: Ground-visual, ground-electronic, air elec- tronic.
I checked this site out, and it was kind of vagueIMO, with a dead link also.
What is the procedure for a pilot who spots unusual occurences in the United States? This is done as a means to not only give a psychological analysis to see if you were hallucinating, but to discredit a UFO report if somebody in your family has mental illness.
Should instances occur, when use of the above procedure fails to clear the frequency ies over all other communications in progress except as provided for in a, the International Urgency Signal “XXX” transmitted three 3 times or “PAN” spoken three 3 times will be employed to facilitate disposition of the message to the receiving faci- lity.
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Or have I been mis-reading these last months? I have an Internet buddy who used to fly with US Airways and he told me he has seen a lot of weird stuff. S Speed of object.