NORAD Santa Tracker Gets Help From Michelle Obama
Juliana-Rose Hatcher from Goose Creek, South Carolina spent the entire night Friday tracking Santa Claus’ movements via NORAD’s hotline set up for this explicit purpose. The lucky little girl got help from First Lady Michelle Obama when trying to figure out exactly where Santa was.
The eight year old said that she told Obama that she wanted an mp3 player for Christmas and that Mrs Obama said her daughter wanted the same thing. At first she thought that the voice she was hearing was pre-recorded but soon she came to the realization that it was indeed real.
The first lady spent a total of 40 minutes talking with children who called the line trying to track Santa’s whereabouts.
NORAD is both a U.S and Canadian military organization which specializes in aerospace design and maritime defense, using sophisticated technology such as high-speed digital cameras to track Santa Claus through the air.
There is an international map depicting his progress as he makes his way all across the world delivering presents. Austin Futch who is 10 years old from Tennessee says that he even gave the first lady a few quiz questions to answer when he was on the line with her regarding how it felt to always be surrounded by secret service agents.*Sponsored Links*