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This Navajo Code Talker Coder program codes each English letter and punctuations (   .   ,   :   ;   -   ) including the parethesis to Navajo Code Talker Code. The space " " is just kept as a space " ". During World War II, the Navajo code did not distinguish between the parethesis symbols "(" and ")". The Navajo words used during World War II as code were created phonetically using English alphabets, and are not the correct spelling of modern Navajo words which uses accents and glittel marks which creates new Navajo letters not found in the English alphabet. I will later advance this coder to code the U.S. Marine Corps' military words used during World War II to their equivalent Navajo Code Talker coded word. This Navajo Code Talker Coder program is the second of its kind. The first was by MGM on the internet in promoting their movie, "Windtalkers". The MGM coder version was later removed after a few months. The Navajo code was the only military code up to that time, that was never broken by the enemy, since the beginning of military warfare!

Please place your message in the rectangle box area using only English alphabets ("A" to "Z" or "a" to "z") and acceptable punctuations listed above. Choose "Yes" to see the NCT code, then click the refresh button. The Navajo Code Talker Coder will then translate your statement in to Navajo Code Talker code words, and also translate each Navajo code word to its literal English word or punctuation equivalent.
Choose "Yes" to see NCT Code
or Choose "No" to Reset.
   

 
 

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