Congress honors American Indian code talkers

Edmond Harjo, 96, of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and one of the last surviving code talkers, places his hand over his heart as the American flag is presented during a Congressional Gold Medal ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Nov 20, 2013, honoring Native American code talkers who used their unique languages as a means of secret communication during World War II. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Edmond Harjo, 96, of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and one of the last surviving code talkers, places his hand over his heart as the American flag is presented during a Congressional Gold Medal ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Nov 20, 2013, honoring Native American code talkers who used their unique languages as a means of secret communication during World War II. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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