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Why did some Navajo volunteers have difficulty in gaining admission to the USMC?

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Answered 2007-09-13 16:41:07

Many had grown up in the relative isolation of reservation life and lacked an adequate command of the English language. They had to take remedial language courses before enlistment.

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