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CEFAA expands to Pacific Ocean: it signs agreement with New Zealand UFOCUS Research Network

publicado a la‎(s)‎ 25 feb. 2016 5:34 por Usuario desconocido   [ actualizado el 25 feb. 2016 5:43 ]
« Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) happens everywhere on the planet and it must be investigated on a global scale. »

These are the words of the CEFAA Director, Ricardo Bermúdez, and many serious organizations around the world share this point of view. 

It is the case of New Zealand’s UFOCUS Research Network, organization founded in 2000 by active and retired air traffic controllers. 

The agreement establishes real contact between CEFAA and a serious UFO research organization, UFOCUS, within DGAC controlled airspace, strengthening in this way, once more, the corporative image of the Direction of Civil Aviation. 

UFOCUS Research Network’s website: http://www.ufocusnz.org.nz/

UFOCUS NZ signs agreement, left to right:
Mr. Graeme Opie, Senior ATC (Retired), Secretary UFOCUS NZ,
Mrs. Suzanne Hansen, Founding Director UFOCUS NZ


CEFAA signs agreement, left to right:  
Mr. Gustavo Rodrigues, ATC (Retired), Chief Investigator CEFAA,
Air Force General (Retired) Ricardo Bermudez, Director CEFAA,
Mr. Jose Lay, International Relations Officer CEFAA