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US Navy Recalls Adm. Santa Claus to Active Duty

by Dario Leone
US Navy Recalls Adm. Santa Claus to Active Duty

A reservist, with 1,742 years of service, Adm. Santa Claus specializes in vertical delivery of high-value items.

The Department of the Navy issued orders on Dec. 17, 2019 to Adm. Santa Claus, recalling him to active duty, with a report date of Dec. 24. A reservist, with 1,742 years of service, this Naval Aviator specializes in vertical delivery of high-value items. He is carrier flight deck qualified. He is also a Public Affairs Officer.

Also recalled, were Lt. Cmdr. Dasher, Master Chief Dancer, Senior Chief Prancer, Lt. Vixen, Cmdr. Comet, Lt. Cmdr. Cupid, AW1 Donner, and AW1 Blitzen, Individual Augmentees from the Naval Reserve. Ensign Rudolph is also authorized to report for duty; however, he must first successfully complete Carrier Qual training, which he has failed three times.

Although the above Sailors are on orders for only 24 hours, it is anticipated that they will submit a travel claim for 24,901 miles at .56/mile, using a POV. Suitable government transportation is not available.

As a special operations unit, each member is granted a high level of uniform flexibility, as well as relaxed grooming standards. Per diem is authorized and has been modified to include large quantities of hot cocoa and cookies.

Credit: USS George Washington (CVN 73) Facebook Page

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