Santa Meets with Military for a Christmas Briefing

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He also received a briefing from the NORAD weather officials letting Santa know where he was most likely to experience bad weather and where it would be warm so that he could adjust his outfit as needed lizenzfreie musik downloaden kostenlos.

NORAD has been keeping track of Santa since 1958 when it took over for CONAD which had been doing it since December 24, 1955. That evening CONAD received a call from a girl in Colorado Springs who was following the directions in an advertisement printed in the local paper drinking water ordinance. The ad to track Santa Claus said “Hey, Kiddies! Call me direct and be sure and dial the correct number.” However, the number was printed incorrectly in the advertisement and rang into the CONAD operations center free ebooks.

Colonel Harry Shoup, who has come to be known as the “Santa Colonel,” was on duty that night and rather than hanging up, he had his operators find the location of Santa Claus and reported it to every child who phoned in that night cool ringtones to download.

Every Christmas Eve, live updates are provided through the NORAD Tracks Santa Web site, over the telephone, and by email to keep curious children and their families informed about Santa’s whereabouts and if it’s time to get to bed roundcube alle anhänge herunterladen.