Navy Heads to the South Pacific

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North Pole Navy

Flight Operations Director Elf Buck Sanchez announced today that several ships of the North Pole Navy will shift location to the South Pacific.

Test flights of Santa’s sleigh were originally slated for speed trials along the equator for this week. Those plans were derailed due to hurricane activity in the Caribbean. The sleighs are being directed towards the South Pacific.

Director Sanchez says the test flights may stay in Sector 1 “for a while”. The speed trials are going to be rescheduled for a later time. The focus of test flights in the South Pacific will be on new cargo capacities of Santa’s sleigh and those are usually “slow” tests.

That news has had some concerned for the health of the reindeer on the test flight teams because of the heat. We remind everyone that it is currently winter in the Southern Hemisphere.

As a reminder, the tracking map of the test flights is available at

Elf Meg Nogg
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2 replies
  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Elf Meg! I hope the schedule change is okay with their test schedule. Do you mean that they work the speed trials in the Northern Hemisphere? I’m glad to know what tests they have in distinct areas. Oh, that’s right, the Southern Hemisphere is winter now, so I think the female reindeer would cover the male reindeer. What an excellent team working!
    I’m looking forward to hearing about the schedule update! XD


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