Sector 5

Sector 5 Regional HQ Announced

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Sector 5, the area covering North and Central America, will have their regional tracking center located back in the United States this year. It will be located in Mistletoe, Kentucky.

This rural location is known for it’s local crop of the Christmas icon, Mistletoe. That parasitic plant grows at the top of Oak trees during the fall and winter months. It’s ability to grow during a cold and sometimes harsh season made it a symbol for eternity for ancient peoples who celebrated Christmas.

Mistletoe, Kentucky was once a small settlement that had a post office. But even that is now gone. It is a rural area with a lake nearby and only a few scattered residents. It’s low altitude makes for a fairly mild winter environment and North Pole Flight Command considers its remote location ideal for tracking the busiest sector on the map.

Elf Pinky and team are there now, working in what she calls “a huge barn with lots of spiders”, to get set up before the test flights of Santa’s sleigh begins.

Of course, the exact location of the regional tracking center in Mistletoe remains classified.

Sector 1

Sector 1 Gets a Regional Tracking Center

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After months of deliberation all over the Pacific Rim, the Location Committee in Flight Command announces today that the Regional Tracking Center for Sector 1 will be located in Wiseman’s Creek, Australia.

This is the first return to Australia for the regional head quarters since 2017.

Elf Randi and her set-up team are already in Australia, having left for there more than a week ago. They are hoping to have the center operational before test flights of Santa’s Sleigh begins.

This is the third sector to announce their regional tracking center location, leaving just Sectors 3 and 5 to be announced. Those announcements are expected this week.

Regional Tracking Center

Regional Tracking Center for Sector 2 Announced

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The Regional Tracker Center in Sector 2 will be located in the ancient Christmas city of Bethlehem, Palestine.

Known for being the hometown of King David and the birthplace of Jesus Christ, the biblical-but-still-bustling little town of Bethlehem has been chosen to host a special facility that will headquarter North Pole Flight Command regional activities in Sector 2, which covers Asia and the Middle East.

This location breaks with recent tradition of hosting a regional tracking center in a busy place. Bethlehem is home to the Church of the Nativity, which draws thousands of visitors every Christmas season.

While the regional HQ will be located in Bethlehem sources from the Locating Committee are refusing to say exactly where within Bethlehem it will be. North Pole Security has already warned that disclosure of the actual location would be a violation of the Elf Oath and could put Santa’s flight in danger.

The Regional Tracking Center will house elves and equipment that will be used to help coordinate Santa’s annual flight. They will process information sent in to North Pole Flight Command from tracker elves all over Sector 2.

Sector 2 is just the 2nd sector to announce their location for this year. Sector 4 previously announced their location several months ago. It is expected that we will learn the location of the other sectors very soon.

Elf Supervisor over Sector 2, Elf Clif Moyer, is already enroute to Bethlehem with a team of elves to get things set up there before the first test flights of Santa’s sleigh launch later this month.

Tracker Elf Press Conference

Tracker Elf Press Conference Underway

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Elf Meg graduated from Southern North Pole University with a degree in journalism. For several years she was a star reporter for the North Pole Gazette and then briefly served as a producer for North Pole Radio News. She brings her experience in media to North Pole Flight Command, serving as both an Elf News Reporter for North Pole Radio News and Managing Editor of North Pole Flight Command.com
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The annual Tracker Elf Press Conference is underway now at the North Pole. Live radio coverage is available via the player below.

Please be advise that after this announcement has been made there will be several news announcements coming from North Pole Flight Command.