Santa Tracker 2018: Track Santa’s Christmas Eve sleigh ride with NORAD

Where in the world is Santa? Well, NORAD can help you find him this Christmas Eve.

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The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating its 60th anniversary of defending the homeland along with its tradition of tracking Santa’s journey around the globe.

NORAD’s annual Santa Tracker shows his GPS coordinates while he delivers toys to good girls and boys. The map truly delights generations of families everywhere.

This year, NORAD has a new and improved website so you can know Santa’s every move.

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The 63rd iteration of NORAD Tracks Santa kicked off Dec. 1, with a revamped website, social media channels, “Santa Cam” streaming video and a call center that will be operating around the clock on Dec. 24. More than 1,400 volunteers are expected to join NORAD on Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs to help track Santa’s journey.

The NORAD Tracks Santa website can be found at On Dec. 24, users may call or text 1-877-HiNORAD for Santa’s up-to-date location.

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