The last Mohawk code talker from World War II was honored Saturday ahead of the Knighthawks game.
Louis Levi Oakes served America during World War II.
He was one of roughly 400 to 500 code talkers used during the war.
They would be responsible for transmitting secret tactical messages in his Native American language.
Louis Levi Oakes was joined by his daughter and grandkids for the on-field ceremony.
The code talker’s language was never broken by the Germans or Japanese.