During the Battle of Iwo Jima, Navajo code talkers sent an extremely important message to US military leaders. It formed one word:
Here is the Navajo translation:
Dibeh, Shi-da, Dah-nes-tsa, Tkin, Shush, Wol-La-Chee, Moasi, Lin, Yeh-hes.
But what did it mean? Use these sections from the “Navajo Code Talkers' Dictionary” to see if you can decode it.
Hint 1: Pay special attention to the section on the alphabet.
Hint 2: Even after you decode the word, you probably won’t understand it. You will get more information after you complete part B.
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Enemy forces often knew about American battle plans in advance, and no ... Code words had to be short and easily learned and recalled
Mountain Suribachi is located on Iwo Jima island, it is widely known as the main location of the famous U.S. Marine Corps flag-raising on February 23, 1945. The island which would later be fully secured on March 16, 1945, after initial enemy resistance. It was originally utilized by the Americans for their P-51 fighters and B-29 bombers for the air campaign against Japan and used for emergency landings
There is not a key for this code or enough information to decode it. However, taking the hints I saw, I think the word is "Suribach"