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The Joint Staff of the Armed Forces (Portuguese language: Estado Maior Conjunto das Forças Armadas ) centralizes the coordination and control of Brazil's Armed Forces: Army, Navy and Air Force.[1] It was created through the Complementary Law No. 136 of 25 August 2010, and is guided by Ordinance No. 1429. On September 6, 2010, Army General José Carlos De Nardi was sworn in as the first Chief of the Joint Staff of the Armed Forces by Defense Minister Nelson Jobim.[2]

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