Another member of the legendary Navajo Code Talkers has passed away. Navajo Nation officials say 96-year-old Teddy Draper Senior died Thursday morning in Prescott. Draper fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima and received a Purple Heart and a Congressional Silver Medal. After serving in the military, Draper went on to teach Dine language classes at Rough Rock High School. His curriculum is still used today at several schools on the Navajo Reservation. Flags will fly at half-staff on the Navajo Nation Friday to honor Draper. In World War Two, code talkers played a valuable role to send messages and code to allied forces by using their native language. It was a code the Germans and Japanese couldn’t break. The death comes two weeks after fellow Code Talker George Willie Senior passed away. Draper’s death leaves ten Code Talkers remaining.