A Matter of Honor

McCallister, Patrick
November 2010
PN;Nov2010, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p38
Trade Publication
The article offers information on veterans' cemeteries in the U.S. It says that the Congress established the State Cemetery Grants program that helps states to improve the cemeteries for veterans. It adds that any member of the U.S. Armed Forces who dies during their duty are buried at the national cemetery. It also says that burials are free including the headstones and flags. Moreover, it also discusses the grave sites, headstones and preservation of national cemeteries. INSETS: Pride and Respect;Past and Future.


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