The last original Navajo Code Talkers, a Marine group that created a code from their language that stumped the Japanese in World War II, passed away Wednesday morning.
Chester Nez died in Albuquerque, where he lived with his son Michael. He was 93. His family said he died of kidney failure.
[ AZ Central ]
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