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National Navajo Code Talkers Museum breaks ground

 

Last updated 8/5/2022 at 2:25pm

Sgt. Melissa Marnell, Office of the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps / U.S. Marine Corps

A National Navajo Code Talkers Day in Window Rock, Arizona, the capital of the Navajo Nation.

TSE BONITO, N.M.-The National Navajo Code Talkers Museum is closer to being a reality. On August 2022, National Navajo Code Talkers Day, workers will break ground on a 400-acre permanent site in Tse Bonito, New Mexico.

The museum will honor the Navajo Code Talkers who used the Dine language to help the United States and its allies achieve victory in World War II.

"Since our inception, we have been actively planning and strategizing . . . Our vision statement: Educating the world about the official Navajo language code, and the culture of the brave men chosen to create it, to advance the...



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