Navajo Code Talkers by: Nathan Mykut. The navajos haded to go to boot camp because they were learning how to shot and other stuff that they had to learn in the army. But so people say that why why navajo language because we saved U.S. for you guys. If it wasn't the navajos we wouldn't be here like right now. The navajos are our people that saved us. :)
By Senior Airman Jette Carr, 27th Special Operations Wing Public Affairs / Published February 04, 2013. The name code talkers is strongly associated with bilingual Navajo speakers specially recruited during World War II by the Marines to serve in their standard communications units in the Pacific Theater. The picture shows us how our people are our heroes that served in the army and I respect that.
Every year since 2006, Young Marines from across the country gather in Window Rock, AZ, to honor and give praise to the Navajo Code Talkers from WWII. The Young Marines’ theme for the 2015 event is “T. They will also be interacting with very special veterans and descendants of the Navajo Code Talkers. They help pay for Code Talker funeral expenses and other activities that honor their place in history. These Young Marines will be attending a class about the Code Talkers.
Code talkers are people in the 20th century who used obscure languages as a means of secret communication during wartime. The term is now usually associated with the United States soldiers during the war. During World War I and World War II, hundreds of American Indians joined the United States armed forces and used words from their traditional tribal languages as weapons. after World War II, are twentieth-century American Indian warriors and heroes who significantly aided the victories of the United States and its allies.
Native Americans from the American southwest were vital to Allied victories during WWII. When they came back they some of their land back from the white man. But some of the navajos were upset about the treadlie. The video is going to show you guys how the navajos won WW2. They sometimes they have hard times getting the wounded people on the plane because the japanese were bombing them out of where they were.
This was shown in the House of Representatives at the Arizona State Capitol during the Navajo Code Talker Monument dedication on Feb 28, 2008. This video show how the navajo served in the war. The present George W. Bush honored the navajo code talkers. This video reminds me of the people that served in the military and ricse a life for another. Sorry i can not show the video.
A powerpoint about the Navajo Code Talkers by Alissa Hartenbaum. She is talking about the code talkers and what they did in the war. The japanese couldn't crack the code and the japanese said that it sounds like someone talking under water. Why did the navajos use their navajo language?
Navajo Code Talkers What did they do for the war effort? They did a native code but the japanese could not figure it out. But the white guy send the navajos to war. So i think he told them to speak navajo language.
Navajo Nation Washington Office executive director Clara Pratte addressed the history and importance of the Navajo Code Talkers and their contribution to the U.S.A.
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The is a powerpoint that talks about the Navajo Code Talkers. Who they were, what they did, and why they are important