Iceland to Host a Regional Tracking Center


The Icelandic city of Vik will host the Regional Tracking Center for Sector 3 this year. North Pole Flight Command has announced the center will be fully operational on August 1st.


Vik is Iceland’s southernmost city and a seaport. The North Pole Navy plans to make use of this Regional Tracking center as part of it’s Atlantic Command, which usually hosts at least two ships of the North Pole Navy.

Iceland can be problematic weather-wise in December, especially for a port city such as Vik. So the selection of this location as opposed to other locations under consideration is somewhat controversial in North Pole Flight Command.

However, due to frequently severe weather, the city has a stable infrastructure of power and Internet which makes it especially secure for North Pole operations.

It is expected that this tracking center will be online and operational by August 5th.

Elf Meg Nogg
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  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Meg Nogg! Sector 3 choose Vik City! In person, I’m glad they have decided because I was thinking of visiting there recently! Iceland is between the two seas, so it might be easier to get weather effects. I feel relieved that their power and the Internet are okay! I wonder if they can see lavender flowers now, lol.
    I’m looking forward to the update. Thank you, and Merry Christmas! XD


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