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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VSubchapter DPart 553


TITLE 32—National Defense

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

SUBCHAPTER D—MILITARY RESERVATIONS AND NATIONAL CEMETERIES

PART 553—ARMY CEMETERIES

rule

Subpart A-Army—NATIONAL MILITARY CEMETERIES

§553.1
Definitions.
§553.2
Purpose.
§553.3
Statutory authorities.
§553.4
Scope and applicability.
§553.5
Maintaining order.
§553.6
Standards for managing Army National Military Cemeteries.
§553.7
Arlington Memorial Amphitheater.
§553.8
Permission to install utilities.
§553.9
Assignment of gravesites or niches.
§553.10
Proof of eligibility.
§553.11
General rules governing eligibility for interment, inurnment, and memorialization at Arlington National Cemetery.
§553.12
Eligibility for interment in Arlington National Cemetery.
§553.13
Eligibility for inurnment in Arlington National Cemetery Columbarium.
§553.14
Eligibility for interment of cremated remains in the Arlington National Cemetery Unmarked Area.
§553.15
Eligibility for group burial in Arlington National Cemetery.
§553.16
Eligibility for memorialization in an Arlington National Cemetery memorial area.
§553.17
Arlington National Cemetery interment/inurnment agreement.
§553.18
Eligibility for burial in U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery.
§553.19
Ineligibility for interment, inurnment, or memorialization in an Army National Military Cemetery.
§553.20
Prohibition of interment, inurnment, or memorialization in an Army National Military Cemetery of persons who have committed certain crimes.
§553.21
Findings concerning the commission of certain crimes where a person has not been convicted due to death or flight to avoid prosecution.
§553.22
Exceptions to policies for interment, inurnment, or memorialization at Arlington National Cemetery.
§553.23
Placement of cremated remains at Army National Military Cemeteries.
§553.24
Subsequently recovered remains.
§553.25
Disinterments and disinurnments of remains.
§553.26
Design of Government-furnished headstones, niche covers, and memorial markers.
§553.27
Inscriptions on Government-furnished headstones, niche covers, and memorial markers.
§553.28
Private headstones and markers.
§553.29
Permission to construct private headstones and markers.
§553.30
Inscriptions on private headstones and markers.
§553.31
Memorial and commemorative monuments (other than private headstones or markers).
§553.32
Conduct of memorial services and ceremonies.
§553.33
Visitors rules for Army National Military Cemeteries.
§553.34
Soliciting and vending.
§553.35
Media.
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Subpart B—ARMY POST CEMETERIES

§553.36
Definitions.
§553.37
Purpose.
§553.38
Statutory authorities.
§553.39
Scope and applicability.
§553.40
Assignment of gravesites or niches.
§553.41
Proof of eligibility.
§553.42
General rules governing eligibility for interment or inurnment in Army Post Cemeteries.
§553.43
Eligibility for interment and inurnment in Army Post Cemeteries.
§553.44
Eligibility for interment and inurnment in the West Point Post Cemetery.
§553.45
Eligibility for interment in U.S. Disciplinary Barracks Cemetery at Fort Leavenworth.
§553.46
Ineligibility for interment, inurnment or memorialization in an Army Post Cemetery.
§553.47
Prohibition of interment, inurnment or memorialization in an Army Cemetery of persons who have committed certain crimes.
§553.48
Findings concerning the commission of certain crimes where a person has not been convicted due to death or flight to avoid prosecution.
§553.49
Exceptions to policies for interment or inurnment at Army Post Cemeteries.

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