Veterans & Military Funeral Honors

You've successfully transitioned out of the military. What does life hold for you as a civilian? Learn about the veteran benefits you’ve earned – in education, training, job help, health, housing and assistance, even Military Funeral Honors – and about all the programs that can help you make the most of your life as a veteran.

Questions? As you make prearrangements, ensure your funeral director/planner has a copy of your DD Form 214 or other discharge paper and knows where to find the Military Funeral Honors coordinator listed in the Military Funeral Honors Directory or the number to call Military OneSource at 800-342-9647. OCONUS/International? Click here for calling options.


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