During WW2 the marines used Navajo Indians to use there language as a code that the Japanese couldn't crack. They would teach them the code (a modification of the Navajo language) and how to use a radio set and sent them out in the field with another marine to protect them and the code.
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Bio My callsign is stitches because i wear a balaclava with a creepy smile that looks like a stitch. The weapons I use are the PPSh41 (made by Ares), sten mk2 (by AGM), and an M4 carbine AEG (by G&G). Me and my dad really enjoy airsoft ,that M4 I use is actually his. I hope to get ether a G36 or a Mosin-Nagant.