President Donald Trump honored the families of fallen soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day.
A group that annually places wreaths at thousand of graves at Arlington National Cemetery is asking for the public's help.
Stirring photos show soldiers from the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard," performing their annual tradition of placing flags at each of the headstones in Arlington National Cemetery.
World War II veteran Andrew Moore died without a will or a family to bury him, so his neighbors decided to give him the hero's sendoff that he deserved.
This Christmas, thousand of graves at Arlington National Cemetery could be left bare as donations to place wreaths at the headstones dry up.
Every December, the organization Wreaths Across America places wreaths on graves at Arlington National Cemetery and other veterans cemeteries. They are hoping for more donors step forward before the fundraising deadline of next Tuesday, December 1.
After Staff Sgt. Thomas Florich died in a training accident in Florida last March, his family asked for his remains to be placed in Arlington National Cemetery.
A Louisiana congressman is urging the Army to reconsider its decision not to bury a National Guardsman at Arlington National Cemetery.
A moving photo captured this weekend shows a 4-year-old boy dressed up as a Marine and laying beside his fallen father's grave.
Two fallen American warriors, Marine Travis Manion and Navy SEAL Brendan Looney, were best friends and former roommates at the U.S. Naval Academy. Now, after making the ultimate sacrifice, the two American heroes are buried next to each other at Arlington National Cemetery ― "brothers forever."
Two fallen soldiers buried side by side at Arlington National Cemetery are being remembered in the new book, “Brothers Forever.” Marine Travis Manion and Navy SEAL Brendan Looney were best friends who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
Video of President Obama and the First Lady laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery at the final resting place of President John F. Kennedy.