Multimedia Native American Code Talkers Page CreatedMarch 22nd, 2023Last UpdatedMarch 22nd, 2023CountryAdditional InformationUnitOrder of BattleCommandersOperationsEquipmentMultimediaSourcesInteractive Page Video Photographs World War 1. Members of the Choctaw Telephone Squad, Company E, 142nd Infantry, 36th Division. Left to right, Solomon Lewis, Mitchell Bobb, James Edwards, Calvin Wilson, Joseph Davenport, Captain E.H. Horner. The 29 original Navajo Code Talkers. These men were charged with converting their native language into a code compatible with military communication demands. The code they devised was used by other Code Talkers through the duration of the war. A code talker during an exercise, most likely Private first-class Preston Toledo, United States Marines. Left to right. Cousins Private first-class Preston Toledo and Private first-class Frank Toledo in action as Navajo Code Talkers. Both were attached to the Marine Artillery Regiment in the South Pacific. Left to right, Navajo Code Talkers Private first class, Peter Nahaidinae, Private first class, Joseph P. Gatewood and Private first-class Loyd Oliver, 1st Marines Division at the Amphibious Scout School. Left to right. Navajo Code Talkers Corporal Henri Blake and Private first class, George H. Kirk, United states Marines, Marines signalling unit. Left to right. Navajo Code Talkers Corporal Henri Blake and Private first class, George H. Kirk, United states Marines, Marines signalling unit. Navajo Code Talker Private first-class Carl Gorman, United States Marines, overlooking the city Garapan, Saipan on June 27th, 1944. Navajo Code Talkers Private first-class Carl Gorman and Private first-class Jack Nez, acting as observers United States Marines in Garapan , Saipan in June 1944. Navajo Code Talker, United States Marines, November 1943. Navajo Code Talker, United States Marines, November 1943. Navajo Code Talkers, United States Marines in the Jungle. John Goodluck (bottom row, second from right) Two Navajo Code Talkers. Two Navajo Code Talkers and a United States Marine. Commanche Code Talkers at a training facility. Commanche Code Talkers at a training facility.