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Military Burial Flags Info

As discussed on this week’s program, here is where you can get information from the National Cemetary Administration’s website, on obtaining a U.S. Flag for your veteran friend or family member who qualifies for one (and almost all veterans qualify).

Whether you obtain a burial flag up from a local post office, or VA Regional Center, you will need to complete VA Form 27-2008.

As a last resort, if you are having difficulty obtaining a burial flag from the government, you can purchase the same flags they are supposed to provide, from this website:

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