A military funeral is a memorial or burial rite given by a country's military for a
soldier, sailor, marine or airman who died in battle, a veteran, or other prominent
The rendering of Military Funeral Honors for an eligible veteran, free of charge, is
mandated by law. An honor guard detail for the burial of an eligible veteran ...
May 27, 2015 ... "Honoring Those Who Served" is the title of the DOD program for providing
dignified military funeral honors to Veterans who have defended our ...
On that date, Military Funeral Honors became a statutory benefit to all veterans
with the signing of the National Defense Authorization Act. The law requires that,
A riderless horse follows the caisson bearing former President Ronald Reagan's flag-draped casket during his funeral
procession. On the day of burial, a 21-minute gun salute traditionally is fired starting at noon at all military
installations with the necessary person... More »
The rendering of Military Funeral Honors is a way to show the nation's deep
gratitude to those who, in times of war and peace, have faithfully defended our ...
The caisson or funeral coach arrives at gravesite, military members present arms
(renders a salute). Casket team secures the casket, non-commissioned ...
Full Military Honors. Military band. Commissioned officers, warrant officers and
senior non-commissioned officers (pay grade E-9) interred/inurned at Arlington ...
Sep 3, 2009 ... Demonstration of a Military Full Honors Funeral. This sequence was filmed at
Baltimore National Cemetery in April 2009 and displays the ...
The National Defense Authorization Act of FY 2000 states that all eligible
veterans are entitled to Military Funeral Honors. Upon request, the Department of