The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is tracking Santa’s journey again this year, so children everywhere can see when he’ll be headed their way.
Senior Master Sgt. Michael Roberts from the Eastern Air Defense Sector says the agency has been tracking Santa since 1958.
Roberts says NORAD tracks planes, missiles and any other entities that fly over North America, which is why they are traditionally the group best fit to track Santa’s journey every year.
To see where Santa is currently, visit the NORAD website.
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