November 1, 2007
Apache Scout Kessay mounted on the parade field, in the early 1940s."
Left to Right: Corporal Jim Lane, John Rope, and Kassey Y-32. Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, 1942."
Sergeant Sinew L Riley is teaching his son, Larrie H. Indian wood lore. Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, 1942."
Front Row, left to right: Roderick RedElk, Simmons Parker, Larry Saupitty, Melvin Permansu, Willie Yackeschi, Charles Chibitty and Willington Mihecoby. Back Row, left to right: Morris Sunrise, Perry Noyebad, Ralph Wahnee, Haddon Codynah, Robert...
Comanche code-talkers of the 4th Signal Company
(U.S. Army Signal Center and Ft. Gordon)
Family and friends mourn Army Spc. Lori Ann Piestewa during a memorial dedication ceremony at White Sands Missile Range Nov. 4. Piestewa, a 23-year-old Hopi Native American from Tuba City, Ariz., was the first American servicewoman killed in action in...
Lori Piestewa shares a moment with a fellow soldier before being deployed from Ft. Bliss, Texas, in this Febuary 18th, 2003 photo."
Lori Piestewa's father, Terry, greets new friends at a reception at the Frontier Club"
Lori Ann Piestewa's children, Carla, 4, and Brandon, 5, play with GameBoys during a reception for their grandparents at the Frontier Club Nov. 3. The Hopi Tribe of Arizona has established a memorial fund for the children."
Keith Edaakie of the Nawetsa Dancers from Zuni Pueblo performs the Eagle Dance at the foot of a memorial bur oak planted in front of the Army enlisted barracks. The tree was dedicated during a ceremony Nov. 4 to honor the life and sacrifice of Army...
A member of Nawetsa Dancers from Zuni Pueblo performs a buffalo dance at the Native American Heritage Month Luncheon Thursday at the Frontier Club.
First Sergeant Pascal Cleatus Poolaw, Sr. served this country through three wars, and gave up his life in Vietnam.
In a formal ceremony at the Pentagon on November 20, 2001, Don Rumsfeld presented Mr. Chibitty with the Knowlton Award in recognition of his significant contributions for the military intelligence efforts.
Apache Scout William Major with an officer of the 25th Infantry in the 1930s."