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Navajo Code Talkers’ WWII legacy to be immortalized in new museum (Part 2)


The Navajo language was invaluable during World War II for the transmission of critical intelligence. A new museum honoring the legacy of those Marines, known as Navajo Code Talkers, officially broke ground this month. Regan Hawthorne, whose father was a code talker, tells NBC News’ Harry Smith that it’s “incumbent upon us to tell the story” with this new institution.

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