The NORAD Tracks Santa website, www.noradsanta.org, launched on December 1.
NORAD also has a Facebook page set up for tracking Santa.
NORAD starts its Santa tracking operation at 2:01 a.m. E.S.T on December 24.
The NORAD tradition began in 1955 when a local media advertisement directed children to call Santa direct and the number was misprinted. You can track Santa online with NORAD as well as through its mobile app.
She spoke to to Col. Harry Shoup, who had assured her he would track Santa and make sure he was safe that night.
Norad's Santa tracker in full operation
Children around the world can call the Avaya-powered Santa tracking hotline at 1-877-HI-NORAD, to speak with NORAD Santa tracking experts. The site features Santa's North Pole village, a holiday countdown, games and activities.
In 1958, the governments of Canada and the United States created a bi-national air defense command for North America called the North American Aerospace Defense Command, also known as NORAD, which then took on the tradition of tracking Santa. Bing and Cortana users can also find Santa's location on December 24.
Instead of Santa, children reached the commander-in-chief's hotline at CONAD, the U.S. Continental Air Defense Command.
"We are hoping for another record-setting year for NORAD Tracks Santa and a delightful experience for each and every caller and volunteer", said Avaya spokesman Jerry Dotson.
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