Trackers of Sector 3 — heads up!

It is time for us all to check in. Please click on this link to do so.

While it is never too late to check in you should do it as early as you can. This tells the elves at the North Pole Flight Command Center that you are there and available.

When the North Pole knows a lot of trackers in a Sector are there they can then request information that will be useful to Santa.

I will be sending out requests too. Some of them will be requested just as the sector hits the Red Zone. These are standard reports and they are good to get out of the way early so that we can respond to other requests later in Santa’s flight. We will be the most prepared sector out there!

I’m already proud of you guys. You are the best trackers on the planet.

Thank you for Tracking Santa for Santa!

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Elf Rolf Janssen
Tracking Center Director -- Europe & Africa at the North Pole Tracking Department
Elf Rolf is a native of Austria. As a young man he moved to Russia and was a refugee of that country in 1915 when he found his way to Santa’s employ. Skilled in carpentry, Rolf was given duties in Santa’s workshop where he worked for many years. Charged with building the first airplane Santa ever flew in 1927 — thanks to his wood working skills — Elf Rolf was transferred to the Research and Development Department where he served for many years as a sleigh designer and eventually as a flight test pilot.

Rolf took a departure from that work in the mid-1960s when he pursued a degree in computer science, a pioneering field for the North Pole. He returned in 1968 and for years served in data processing before being transferred to the North Pole Tracking and Flight Command Center as an IT specialist. He was instrumental in helping Santa to set up a network of satellites that have become the backbone of North Pole information systems to this day.