NORAD gets all of the credit for tracking Santa Claus every Christmas Eve, but let’s take a moment to thank the U.S. Air Force for escorting Santa’s sleigh.
Roger Santa the skies are clear. Watch as the U.S. Air Force escorts Santa as he delivers toys throughout the world. pic.twitter.com/uoGt2RSdA2
— U.S. Air Force (@usairforce) December 24, 2018
Thank you for this ❤️
— Laura (@Lad10x) December 24, 2018
Merry Christmas to all U.S. Air Force!!!!
— Dario (@dario_ita0003) December 24, 2018
This is beautiful!! ♥️♥️
— Olga (@mauilover72) December 24, 2018
Thank you & Merry Christmas U.S. Air Force
— Teresa Webster (@imagicaltea) December 24, 2018
— Jose ARRUDA (@joarrudas) December 24, 2018
Thank you, Air Force! Merry Christmas to you all!
— Hearts in a Box (@HeartsinaBoxOrg) December 24, 2018
Aaaw I love this clip. Nice going @usairforce!!! Merry Christmas to y'all. And thank you for ALL that you do for us.
— LISA (@LisaTheHoneybee) December 24, 2018
@usairforce Notify Santa Chicago is at Angels 15. Safe travels and thank you to you and all our armed forces
— Noel Del Valle (@chitowncopr64) December 24, 2018
Santa keeps contact! Way to go Air force!
— BRC (@BevilacquaCorp) December 24, 2018
Rudolph at Mach 3?
— Phil Davies (@gambol2007) December 24, 2018
Merry Christmas stay safe and keep that big man in the red suit out of trouble
— liamwall (@liamwalliams) December 24, 2018
Never fear: NORAD will still track Santa during the shutdown, not that the program was in danger https://t.co/WV51R56466
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) December 24, 2018
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