Native American Veteran and Canadian aboriginal veteran List.

comanche code talker

IN SERVICE: 24 Enlisted

Service: In the 90th Division and the 4th Company - In Europe - 1st and 2nd World War.

 

From October 21, 1918 until the signing of the armistice ending November 11, Comanche code talkers fought in the offensive Meuse Argonne.
 

 

On D-Day, June 6, 1944, code talkers landed on the Utah beach in Normandy, France. Until the end of the war, May 8, 1945, they fought in 5 campaigns.
 

 

CODE TALKERS
(KIA) = death in service (A) = decorated soldier
1st world war   2nd world war
     
ATCHAVIT ATCHHAVIT calvin (2806696 )  (A)
CLARK CLARKE george ( )  
CONWOOP gilbert pahdi (2806489 )  (A)
NAHQUADDY edward albert sr (2245683 )  
TABBYTOSEVIT samuel   ( )  
 
CHIBBITY charlie (18004544 )  
CODYNAH haddon ( )  
HOLDER robert (18004531 )  
KASSANAVOID forrest vernon (18043634 )  (A)
MIHECOBY wellington (18004528 )  
NAHQUADDY edward albert jr ( )  
NOYEBAD perry ( )  (A)
NOYOBAD perry ( )  
OTOTIVO clifford e sr (18004546 )  
PARKER simmons (18004526 )  
RED ELK dick ( )  
RED ELK elgin sr (18004529 )  
SAUPITTY larry w (18043636 )  
SUNRISE morris ( )  
TABBYETCHY morris (18004530 )  
TABBYTITE anthony m (18004532 )  
WAHNEE ralph (18049860 )  
YACKESCHI willis w (18004527 )  (A)
PERMANSU melvin   ( )  
RED ELK roderick   ( )  (A)