Navajo Code Talker

WWII Veteran, Navajo Code Talker Mr. Peter MacDonald

Washington DC. June 1st - 3rd

May 31st - Arrival in Washington DC

Steve Weintraub, a friend of the family. USMC Col. (ret). Chief Strategy Officer,

Susan Oliver Estes
Kansas State Representative, District 87

June 1st - Visit with The Honorable Denis R. McDonough Secretary of the Dept of VA
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June 1st - World War II Memorial
June 2nd - US Marine Corps War Memorial
Behind the Scenes with Navajo Code Talker Mr. Peter MacDonald Sr.

During the invasion of Iwo Jima, six Navajo Code Talkers were operating continuously. They sent more than 800 messages. All of the messages were transmitted without error.

The Navajo Code Talkers were treated with the utmost respect by their fellow marines. Major Howard Connor, who was the signal officer of the Navajos at Iwo Jima, said, “Were it not for the Navajos, the Marines would never have taken Iwo Jima.”

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Mr. Peter MacDonald Sr. receives Commander's Award
June 3rd - Marine Corps Barracks Washington DC