More Memorial Benefits Information
Military Funeral Honors are available for an eligible veteran, free of charge, if requested by the family.
VA burial allowances are partial reimbursements of an eligible veteran's burial and funeral costs.
The VA provides headstones and markers for the graves of veterans anywhere in the world.
VA provides an American flag for services, and a flag to be given to the next of kin or a close associate of the deceased.
Since 1864, Arlington National Cemetery has served as the nation's military cemetery honoring those who served.
Just what does burial in a National Cemetery involve?
The Presidential Memorial Certificate expresses the nation's grateful recognition of a veteran's service.
Are you eligible for burial in a VA national cemetery? Find out here.
For many Sailors and Marines, there is no more honored choice for their mortal remains than burial at sea.
The following information is presented to assist you in planning for, or dealing with, one of life's most unpleasant times
As a servicemember or military family member you should be aware of your memorial benefits before you need them.
Burial preparation is a sensitive subject, but you should be aware of your burial benefits before you need them.
While it's not appealing to consider, as a retired servicemember it's important to know about your mortuary and burial...
For a veteran whose remains aren't available for burial VA will provide a plot and headstone or marker in a national cemetery...
Many states have state veterans cemeteries. Find out about the locations and eligibility requirements for your state.
Help avoid delays in assistance and the unpleasant issues that may arise when dealing with the loss of a loved one.
As a retired servicemember it's important to know about your mortuary and burial benefits.