Bronze Statue In Washington, DC Honoring Navajo Code Talkers

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      Bronze Statue In Washington, DC Honoring Navajo Code Talkers

      Why not a bronze statue of a Navajo soldier in Washington, DC honoring the Navajo Code Talkers? They have been overlooked and neglected for decades and it is time we pick up the torch and get a lasting monument erected on the Mall to honor these fine people who did so much to help us win WWII? Anyone interested in this challenge?



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      Quote Originally Posted by westernamerican View Post
      Why not a bronze statue of a Navajo soldier in Washington, DC honoring the Navajo Code Talkers? They have been overlooked and neglected for decades and it is time we pick up the torch and get a lasting monument erected on the Mall to honor these fine people who did so much to help us win WWII? Anyone interested in this challenge?



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      +1 I think that is a good idea. Have you suggested it to Rick Renzi or John Kyle yet? John McAin is probably top busy to address it at the moment.


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      No one involved at all..........just had the thought and wanted to see if there was any interest? I do not know any really influential people but I am willing to help as much as I can!

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      I know people that know people all the way to the top. What do you have in mind?

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      As I said, I think the American people owe it to the Navajo Code Talkers to erect a Monument on their behalf on the Mall at the Nations Capitol for all the world to see! We have waited too long and have done too little almost too late........I think there is only about 4 or so of them left!

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      No arguments from me regarding the service to country of the American Indian Codetalkers. But what about the Japanese Americans, the "Nisei" soldiers who fought in Europe? They all answered the call to arms and to single out one particular group/race/unit/division could get complicated. Especially, when it involves politicans making the call. One other thing, off the subject. It may be me, but that royal blue print sure is hard to read.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SigZagger View Post
      One other thing, off the subject. It may be me, but that royal blue print sure is hard to read.

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      I just drag my mouse over it as if copying and it turns to white on a light blue background. Makes it quite readable.



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