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All personnel entering the cemetery will be required to provide proof of having face coverings in their possession during entry screening. Personnel not able to provide proof of having face coverings or masks in their possession will not be allowed to enter the cemetery. Visitors will wear their face coverings at all times while in the cemetery.
Several services across the ANC website and ANC Explorer are currently unable to send emails. This includes the Initiate Ceremony Request, Lost and Found, and Feedback Forms. We are working to restore this functionality and appreciate your patience.
This year, our staff have begun renovating Section 33 and part of Section 60.
With the USCG's birthday, we highlight the history of the Coast Guard War Memorial and honor Coast Guardsmen interred here.
Arlington National Cemetery is proud to announce its new Education Program, developed for virtual and in-person learning
We honor the life and legacy of Alexander Haig who served as President Reagan’s first secretary of state
Learn how veterans of America's founding conflict came to rest in these hallowed grounds.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Korean War (1950-1953), learn about the memorials and gravesites that honor those Americans who died in the conflict.
Funeral attendance can be increased from fewer than 10 to fewer than 50 individuals at gravesite.
Learn how U.S. Army nurses played a key role in the battle against influenza and paved the way for women to gain more opportunities to serve in the military.
Arlington National Cemetery is increasing its security posture and is implementing 100% ID checks at all entrances.
While Arlington National Cemetery is closed to visitors, you can still experience its beauty and history from home!
Arlington National Cemetery has the noblest mission in the federal government. Visit our careers page for current openings on our staff.
Our command historian shares the history of Arlington National Cemetery and the Origins of Memorial Day.
Join us as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the dedication of the Memorial Amphitheater.
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