North Pole Navy

North Pole Navy Tests Santa’s Sleigh

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The North Pole Navy is in the Pacific and performing test flights of Santa’s sleigh. This is a routine exercise designed to see how well Santa’s sleigh can work under the direction of the Navy and to practice take-offs and landings on Navy vessels.

“Not a lot of people know the North Pole even has a Navy,” said flight director, Elf Buck Sanchez. “And that is perfectly fine by Santa. But the truth is that the North Pole Navy plays a vital role in Operation Merry Christmas for Santa. There are thousands of sailor-elves and the Navy has a number of ships, boats, tugs and submarines that operate under secret orders.”

We do occasionally share news of the North Pole Navy via Flight Command. After all, they have to work together at Christmas in support of Santa. But most news about them is shared via SantaUpdate.com.

North Pole Navy Deployed

North Pole Navy Deployed

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The North Pole Navy has deployed to the North Atlantic as part of the test flight plan for Santa’s sleigh.

The sleigh craft carrier Snowball is leading the three-ship convoy that will support flight operations. Led by Elf Captain Jane Dunphy the Snowball will in essence become a floating tracking center. It will support at least 8 sleighs and about 200 reindeer, as well as serving as a flight command center for Sectors 3 and 5.

The North Pole Navy is expected to deploy another sleigh craft carrier and support vessels in the Pacific the following week. That ship, dubbed Jingle Bell, is led by Elf Captain Denny Marshall. In addition to the capabilities listed above this ship also serves as a training center for professional tracker elves deployed by the North Pole each fall. That school for trackers will start training on June 22.

The North Pole Navy is little known by the world but it is an extensive fleet that provide Santa will many kinds of strategic support both before and during his annual flight. We may feature more news about the fleet in future reports.

Tracking Centers

Tracking Centers Worldwide Synchronize

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As trackers worldwide begin preparations to Track Santa North Pole Flight Command is working today to complete synchronization with five regional tracking centers spread across the globe.

North Pole Flight Command has the world divided into roughly five different sectors:

– Sector 1 – Oceania, including South Pacific Nations, New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Rim
– Sector 2 – Asia and the Middle East
– Sector 3 – Europe and Africa
– Sector 4 – The Atlantic, Greenland and South America
– Sector 5 – Central and North America

The regional tracking centers are mostly remote and all are in secret, unmarked facilities. These are their general locations:

– Sector 1 – Christmas Island, Australia
– Sector 2 – Rudolph Island, Russia
– Sector 3 – Star, Scotland
– Sector 4 – La Paz, Bolivia
– Sector 5 – Antler, North Dakota, USA

The redundancy in tracking centers is necessary due to the possibility that power loss or other catastrophe at North Pole Flight Command. In that case, one of the other tracking centers would become the primary hub of news, information and coordination.

Blizzard Warning

Blizzard Warning for the North Pole

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The Weather Department has issued a blizzard warning for Tuesday through Saturday this week at the North Pole. The North Pole is currently in its 59th consecutive day of snow.

“Every model we check comes back with the same answer,” said Weather Department Head Elf, Seymour Snow. “It’s nothing but snow, snow and more snow”.

This is not a new challenge for the North Pole at Christmas. In fact, the tradition of snow when Santa launches has become something of a joke to reindeer handlers and sleigh technicians alike. The “unofficial tree” of the North Pole is the snow shovel.

A recent North Pole Radio News report on the weather commented on what crews are doing with all the extra snow.

It should be noted that despite the weather Santa’s flight operations are not expected to be affected.