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The Secretary of the Army announces the opening of the 60-day public comment period for proposed changes to eligibility criteria for burial at Arlington National Cemetery.
McPherson Drive is now closed for construction. Click here for more information and a map.
In March 2013, two unidentified sailors from the Civil War ironclad ship Monitor were laid to rest at Arlington. Their story is as remarkable as the story of the ship in which they served.
For the 245th birthday of the United States Navy, we reflect on those sailors and civilians who faithfully served the Navy and were laid to rest in these hallowed grounds.
Tram tours at Arlington National Cemetery have resumed, with enhanced health protection procedures.
Arlington National Cemetery has reopened visitation to President John F. Kennedy’s gravesite.
Arlington National Cemetery is now open to the public daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For Hispanic American Heritage Month, we honor Hector Santa Anna, who flew B-17s during World War II and later served in the USAF. Read our blog post to learn more.
The United States Air Force was established on September 18, 1947. To commemorate the USAF's 73rd birthday, we highlight the gravesites of 20 Air Force members who soared into history.
ANC has more Spanish-American War memorials and gravesites than any other place in the United States. See why – and learn about the history and legacy of this war.
The African American Experience at ANC education module reflects ANC’s commitment to interpreting African American history at the cemetery.
Arlington National Cemetery is proud to announce its new Education Program, developed for virtual and in-person learning.
Arlington National Cemetery requires 100% ID checks at all entrances.
This year, our staff have begun renovating Section 33 and part of Section 60.
Funeral attendance has been increased to 100 or fewer individuals at gravesite.
Join us as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the dedication of Memorial Amphitheater.
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