Shutik Isht Ia!
This is the Choctaw translation for Take to the Skies! In 2014 Take to the Skies AirFest Celebrates the Choctaw Code Talkers...the Original Code Talkers!
Take to the Skies AirFest is honored to feature cultural information and interesting facts about the Great Choctaw Nation.
The Choctaw Nation is headquartered in Durant, OK. Take the time to discover the history while you are here. Visit Choctaw Nation to learn more. Visit Choctaw Nation Culture for information on the Choctaw Museum and be sure to visit Choctaw Store for wonderful items! The Choctaw Code Talkers Association, Choctaw Museum and Choctaw Store as well as cultural activities will be at the AirFest! Stop by and Scroll down for interesting information!
We are proud to feature Choctaw cultural dances and events throughout our AirFest. Thank you!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SPONSORSHIP!
The Choctaw Casino & Resort
is a AAA 4 Diamond resort
in Durant, a stone's throw from the Durant Regional Airport. Be sure to stop in on your way to, or from, the AirFest. Eat, Play and/or Stay! Something for everyone's entertainment! Visit Choctaw Casino | Resort
to learn all about the amenities. There is even a shuttle to and from Dallas! Or you can fly your own airplane to the Durant airport and take a shuttle to the Casino anytime!
The Choctaw Casino & Resort includes 330 hotel rooms, a natatorium, fitness center, business center, full service spa and three retail outlets. In addition there is a 175 seat amphitheater, nine restaurants and 110,000 square feet of gaming space including 4,000 slot machines, 30 poker tables and 39 table games. A premium destination in Oklahoma, be SURE
to make Choctaw Casino & Resort YOUR preferred choice
2014 is the Celebration of the Choctaw Code Talkers at Take to the Skies AirFest. We are proud to honor the ORIGINAL Code Talkers and their families.To find out more about the Choctaw Code Talkers Association please click this link.
The Choctaws were the original Code Talkers, the very first American soldiers to use their native language to broadcast messages to confuse the enemy. The Choctaw conversations used in World War I were the only coded transmissions never translated by the German Army.