CHIEF OF THE OPERATIONS DIVISION,
BELGIUM NATO, 1990
THEN, COLONEL WILFRIED DE BROUWER
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From an abridged version of the BAF report prepared by Major P. Lambrechts of the BAF General Staff, entitled "Report Concerning the Observation of UFOs During the Night of March 30 to 31, 1990," It included a detailed chronology of events and dismisses several hypothesis - optical illusions, meteorological inversions, holographic projections, and so on."
De Brouwer addressed the incident's significance in his "Postface." He wrote, "We have observed at certain instances a correlation between the data from two on-board radars (F-16s) and at least one ground radar. The detection of identical signals by three different systems in a given moment lead us not to exclude that one or more unidentified device did effectively move within Belgian airspace...in any case, the Air Force has arrived [at] the conclusion that a certain number of anomalous phenomena [have] been produced within Belgian airspace."
From De Brouwer's conclusion:
"The day will come undoubtedly, when the phenomenon will be observed with technological means of detection and collection that won't leave a single doubt about its origin. This should lift a part of the veil that has covered the mystery for a long time. A mystery that continues thus present. But it exists, it is real, and that in itself is an important conclusion."
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NOW, MAJOR GENERAL RETIRED,
WILFRIED DE BROUWER TESTIFYING
AT THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB, WASHINGTON D.C., USA
NOVEMBER 12, 2007
WITH OTHERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD