25 December, 2017
With Christmas Eve upon us, children all over the world may be wondering when Santa is going to arrive at their house!
Be sure to keep checking back throughout the day and evening to track Santa's progress.
Col. Harry Shoup, the director of operations, instructed his staff to check the radar for signs of Santa traveling south from the North Pole and give the children updates.
NORAD Expects Santa To Arrive On Time For 2017 Christmas - Santa Tracker
Instead of a phone number for children to call Santa, the ad gave the hotline number for the Commander in Chief of Continental Air Defense Command, the predecessor of NORAD.
A Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck & Co. advertisement misprinted the telephone number for children to call Santa.
The Eastern Air Defense Sector is a North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) headquarters unit located at the Griffiss Business and Technology Park in Rome, New York. Last year, more than 1,500 volunteers staffed the hotline, which received about 154,000 calls. The NORAD Tracks Santa website, www.noradsanta.org, launching December 1, features Santa's North Pole Village, which includes a holiday countdown, games, activities, and more.
The Norad Tracks Santa website at www.noradsanta.org is now live and available in eight languages. Bing and Cortana users can also find Santa's location on December 24.
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