The content designed, summarized, translated and organized by the BRAZILIAN UFO ARCHIVES website was based on material available and accessible to all people through the website of the Arquivo Nacional do Brasil [http://sian.an.gov.br/sianex/consulta/login.asp] using the reference code BR DFANBSB ARX. All credits and references are given to each one of the original files and their keepers, the Arquivo Nacional do Brasil.
The BRAZILIAN UFO ARCHIVES website is a private initiative and is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Arquivo Nacional do Brasil.
The designs, compilations, summaries and translations in the BRAZILIANUFOARCHIVES.COM can be used for personal purposes, as long as credits and references are given to the translator/organizer/designer of this guide in English [the Brazilian UFO Archives website].
The BRAZILIAN UFO ARCHIVES website is a textual guide, in the English language, to the large collection of declassified military UFO files [from 1952 to 2015] by the Brazilian Air Force and made available on-line by the Arquivo Nacional do Brasil since 2009.
The BRAZILIAN UFO ARCHIVES website basically created easy-reading summaries with translation for each case, creating case-related titles [to help with identification], with original official references and links to each one of them.
The BRAZILIAN UFO ARCHIVES website worked mostly with the cases that were STRICTLY documented by the Air Force personnel. The following were put aside: newspaper clippings with UFO news; unofficial journals; invitations; administrative documents; unreadable files; meteorite cases; weather balloon cases; cases with insufficient information; repeated files.
This guide was designed so that more people in the world could have access to the information collected and archived by generations of dedicated Brazilians, over almost seven decades of UFO phenomena in the country.
Arthur Caria, author, translator, musician surrmenage, books