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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He promises to meet with me sometime and tell me all. The post-landing report will refer to the airborne report s and, in addition, contain a brief resume of weather conditions at the time of sighting sverification of the sighting s by other personnel and any other information deemed appropriate.
These reports contain information affecting the national defense of the United States and Canada. Canadian and United States merchant ships will employ normal interna- tional commercial communication procedures and utilize existing commer- cial or military facilities as appropriate. Or, what is, if any, the protocol expected from pilots who have sightings in uanap airspace?
JANAP 146 (1952)
uanap Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. With only about two pages for the report itself. Tags ufo sightings reports janap or air force manual The reports should contain the information detailed below, when appropriate, and in the order listed.
Ground procedures have been established to handle CIRVIS reports by Canadian-United States military and civil communications facilities, so the same procedures as those now established 1446 in use by pilots for air traffic control shall be followed.
Originally posted by Journey Originally posted by kaoszero Wow, I hadn’t seen or even heard of this thing before, awesome find Journey. If electronic, specify type of radar. This may be filed with either Canadian or United States military -r civil communications facilities located at the place of landing. Example of an air-ground radiotelephone transmission: These evaluations shall be ex- pressed in terms indicating the reported sighting as being Positive, Probable, Possible, or No Threat insofar as being a uanap to the security of the United States of America and Canada or their forcesor an ex- planation of the subject reported when known.
Communication procedures to be employed will be basically those prescribed for the communications system ianap services used.
Instanta- neously to the North, etc. I do not know if this topic has ianap discussed here before, I did an ats search with 0 results. Permission is granted to copy or make extracts from this document, as desired, without reference to the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Head of a p. Communications Act ofas amended, and the Canadian Radio Act ofas amended.
UFO Sightings reports JANAP or Air Force Manual | UFO Sightings | UFO News Reports
If the sighting was identified as friendly and a report so stating was filed while airborne, no post-landing report is required. Give brief description of the sighting which should contain the following items as appropriate. Information to he Reported and When to Report. 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.
Every reasonable effort should be made to positively identify the object sighting. Additional reports should be rr. Originally posted by kaoszero Wow, I hadn’t seen or even heard of this thing before, awesome find Journey.
Any janp features or details.
Un- developed film or prints and negatives should be forwarded with a brief letter report and other identifying information as indicated below, r’ilm will be processed, and one copy of each print, together with a roll of new film, will be returned to the individual. Director General of Intelligence and Security. Give brief description of the sighting which should contain the following items as appropriate: Have you googled it to see what else you could find yet? Every reasonable effort should be made to positively identify the object sighted.
Any observed identification, insignia, or other significant Information. If heard, describe sound. This thread reminded me of it. Now, getting back on topic. Well Sir seems to me you have mentioned all to do with JANap regs.
Example of an air-ground radiotelephone- transmission: Give brief description of the sighting which should contain the following items as appropriate. If electronic, specify type cf radar. When reporting identifiable objeqts: Such reports should be transmitted as a brief message cancelling the previous report s. If the port of arrival is outside of Canada or USA, the report is to be made to the nearest Canadian or US military or dip- lomatic representative in the area.
This flies in the face of what the public were being told. 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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