Navajo Code Talkers Day: August 14th honors WWII heroes who used Navajo language to create unbreakable code.

Crucial Communication: Code Talkers' secret messages aided Allies' victory by confounding enemy intercepts.

Innovative Code: Navajo language assigned English letters, baffling even fellow Navajo speakers.

Battle Contributions: Code Talkers played key roles, transmitting crucial troop information, aiding efficiency.

Enduring Legacy: Recognition grew over time; National Navajo Code Talkers Day established in 1982.

Highest Honors: In 2001, Code Talkers received Congressional Gold Medal for bravery and war impact.

Inspiring Tribute: Reflecting on their achievements, ceremonies and education ensure their legacy lives on.