Veteran's Funeral & Burial Information



A veteran, their spouse and certain dependent children are entitled to special funeral and burial benefits in America. Benefits include burial space at a national or state veterans cemetery for either burial or cremation, military honors at a ceremony, and some financial assistance to help with costs from a funeral home. Discover those benefits and more through the articles shown below.


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Use the interactive map above to easily find Veterans cemeteries owned and run by the federal, state, or local goverments.



News and Articles About Veterans Funerals

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VA Funeral & Burial Benefits Eligibility
Veterans Affairs Benefits (VA Benefits) are benefits given to veterans by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Some of these benefits can help when planning a funeral and a lot of veterans are eligible for burial benefits but don’t even know it. Veteran Funeral and Cemetery Benefits Benefits include a ...
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VA Veterans Burial Benefits

VA Veterans Burial Benefits
As a Veteran, you are entitled to several burial benefits upon death. These burial benefits can include a grace site in one of the 131 national and state veterans cemeteries, opening and closing of the grave, perpetual care of your grave, a government headstone or marker, a burial flag, and ...
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How to Plan a Funeral for a Military Family Member
Losing a loved one during active military service can be one of the hardest things to come to terms with for families left behind. In addition to coping with the loss, families also have to deal with organizing the funeral arrangements. Military members are eligible for different funeral benefits, which, ...
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Five Ways to Celebrate Memorial Day with Flowers
Did you know that flowers have been entwined with Memorial Day since the creation of the holiday? When Memorial Day was first observed on May 30, 1868, flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. That tradition continues to grow as communities across ...
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