How To Request a U.S. Navy Burial At Sea

No matter which branch of service you or your loved one served in, a free U.S. Navy Burial at Sea committal ceremony may be an option.

Eligible candidates are limited to:

  • Active duty members of the uniformed services.
  • Retirees and veterans who were honorably discharged.
  • U.S. civilian marine personnel of the Military Sealift Command
  • Dependent family members of active duty personnel, retirees, and veterans of the uniformed services.*

*Source – www.navy.mil

But in order to prove eligibility, you’ll need a copy of your or your veteran’s DD-214 form.

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