Navajo Code Talkers Association receives land
The Navajo Code Talkers Association is moving forward with plans for a museum and veterans center thanks to a donation from Chevron.

The association received 208 acres from the company at a ceremony on Friday. "These are some of America's heroes," said Chevron Mining President Fred Nelson, the Associated Press reported.

The land is located along a highway in western New Mexico, not far from the Navajo Nation capitol in Window Rock, Arizona.

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Chevron donates land for Code Talkers museum (AP 8/1)
Chevron Donates Land to Navajos (The Albuquerque Journal 8/1)

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