Military Benefits
deal for Veterans, service members, spouses, and dependents may be eligible for burial in a VA national cemetery, as well as other benefits if they meet one of the requirements listed below:

A veteran who didn’t receive a dishonorable discharge
A service member who died while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty for training
The spouse or minor child of a veteran, even if the veteran died first
In some cases, the unmarried adult dependent child of a veteran
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deal for The veteran's death benefits help cover the burial, funeral, and transportation costs associated with the deceased’s services and disposition. For those buried in a national cemetery, survivors can receive assistance with the burial and funeral costs, plot or internment, and transporting the veteran’s remains for burial.

You must file a claim for a non-service-connected burial allowance within two years after the veteran’s burial or cremation. There is no time limit to file for a service-connected burial, plot or interment allowance.
You can apply online at https://www.va.gov/burials-and-memorials/application/530/introduction or by mail after completing the VA Form 21P-530.
A veteran who didn’t receive a dishonorable discharge or a service member who died while on active duty may be eligible for a headstone or marker if they meet certain requirements. To find out if your deceased loved one qualifies, visit https://www.va.gov/burials-memorials/memorial-items/headstones-markers-medallions/ 
The Department of Veteran Affairs also provides a headstone for unmarked graves of an eligible deceased veteran at no charge. To request a headstone, grave marker, or niche marker, fill out the VA Form 10-1330 and send to:
Department of Veteran Affairs
5109 Russell Road
Quantico, VA 22134-3909 

For more information regarding VA burial benefits and memorial items, visit https://www.va.gov/burials-memorials/ or contact the VA office at 1-800-827-1000.
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deal for The basic Military Funeral Honors (MFH) ceremony consists of folding and presenting the United States flag to the veterans' families and playing Taps. The ceremony is performed by a funeral honors detail consisting of at least two Armed Forces members.

The Funeral Honors rendered to you or your veteran will be determined by the status of the veteran. The type of Funeral Honors may be Full Military Honors, 7 Person Detail or a Standard Honors Team Detail.

At least one of the funeral honors detail will be from the Armed Force in which the deceased veteran served. Taps may be played by a bugler or, if a bugler is not available, by using a quality recorded version. Military Funeral Honor Teams may act as Pall Bearers if requested by the veteran/family.
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