If you think living is expensive, try dying.
As a servicemember or military family member you should be aware of your memorial benefits before you need them.
There are several ways our nation honors its deceased veterans. See our detailed pages on what benefits are available.
As a retired servicemember it's important to know about your mortuary and burial benefits.
The VA provides headstones and markers for the graves of veterans anywhere in the world.
Are you eligible for burial in a VA national cemetery? Find out here.
Many states have state veterans cemeteries. Find out about the locations and eligibility requirements for your state.
Active duty members, Selected Reserve, and honorably discharged veterans qualify for military honors at their funeral.
Help avoid delays in assistance and the unpleasant issues that may arise when dealing with the loss of a loved one.
The ceremonies serve as a solemn reminder of the holiday.
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