NORAD will keep Santa Tracker running despite shutdown

NORAD will keep Santa Tracker running despite shutdown




Jingle bells on the North American Aerospace Protection Command will probably be ringing as normal on Christmas Eve — regardless of the partial authorities shutdown — because the US navy tracks Santa’s journey across the globe.

The elves at NORAD who’ve plotted Kris Kringle’s path on radar for the final 62 years will proceed the custom Monday evening, conserving a working tally of presents delivered and projecting the sleigh’s arrival instances at numerous areas.

That’s as a result of the Division of Protection’s price range was authorised by Congress in September, sparing the US navy from the partial shutdown afflicting different elements of the federal authorities.




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