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New State, Territorial, and Tribal Veterans Cemeteries

Monte Calvario Cemetery – Tucson, Arizona

The Monte Calvario Cemetery is the first open Tribal Veteran Cemetery to be funded through the Veterans Cemetery Grants Program. It is located near the tribe's headquarters in southwest metropolitan Tucson. The cemetery was awarded a grant in Fiscal Year 2011 and was dedicated on Nov. 11, 2011. The two acre development provides approximately 350 burial plots.

The grant funded a Veterans section within an existing cemetery for members of the tribe which consisted of construction of full casketed gravesites, landscaping, and supporting infrastructure. The nearest State Veterans Cemetery is Southern Arizona Veterans Cemetery in Sierra Vista. The Monte Calvario Cemetery provides a burial option to approximately 188 unserved Pascua Yaqui Tribe Veterans and their families.

Monte Calvario Cemetery – Tucson, Arizona

Monte Calvario Cemetery – Tucson, Arizona 

Arkansas Veterans Cemetery at Birdeye – Cherry Valley, Arkansas

The Arkansas Veterans Cemetery at Birdeye is the second Veterans Cemetery established by a Department of Veterans Affairs grant; the other is Arkansas Veterans Cemetery at North Little Rock located in North Little Rock. Birdeye is located in the community of Birdeye, east of Cherry Valley in Cross Valley in Cross County and became operational Feb. 15, 2012. This cemetery was established through our program to honor and serve approximately 5,500 Eastern Arkansas Veterans and their families.

The project developed 15 acres and funded construction of a main entrance, a combined administration and public information center, a maintenance facility, roads, an assembly area, a committal shelter, full casketed gravesites, preplaced crypts, a memorial walkway, and supporting infrastructure.

Arkansas Veterans Cemetery at Birdeye – Cherry Valley, Arkansas

Arkansas Veterans Cemetery at Birdeye – Cherry Valley, Arkansas

Central Louisiana Veterans Cemetery – Leesville, Louisiana

Central Louisiana Veterans Cemetery is the second Veterans Cemetery to be established in Louisiana by a Department of Veterans Affairs grant; the other is Northwest Louisiana Veterans Cemetery located in Keithville. The cemetery became operational Feb. 22, 2012 and is located on property originally maintained by the Fort Polk U.S. Army Base.

The project developed 16 acres and funded construction of the main entrance, a combined administration and public information center, a maintenance facility, roads, an assembly area, a committal shelter, full casketed gravesites, memorial and scatter burial areas, columbaria, landscaping, a memorial walkway, and supporting infrastructure. In addition, the cemetery project will develop approximately 16 acres and will provide service to approximately 59,500 Louisiana Veterans and their families.

Central Louisiana Veterans Cemetery – Leesville, Louisiana

Central Louisiana Veterans Cemetery – Leesville, Louisiana