The Department of Veterans Affairs earlier this month launched the Veterans Legacy Memorial project, aimed at memorializing online forever the more than 3.7 million veterans interred at the 136 national cemeteries run by the VA's National Cemetery Administration. The project will begin with the basics on each veteran's memorial page — name, dates of birth and death, dates of service and other information usually included on a headstone, according to a VA news release Aug. 26. No final decisions have been made, but the future capabilities of the memorial project may include the opportunity for families, survivors and other veterans to add photos and share memories of the deceased veteran on the memorial page. Read more on Military.com.
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