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Grave Markers

The Prospect Park War Memorial in Brooklyn.

Honor your war hero grave headstones with a Veteran grave marker. From Confederate Veteran grave markers and Union Veteran grave markers to Vietnam Veteran Grave Markers, our handsome grave site markers will honor the memory of your loved one. We also have grave markers for Free Masons, medical professionals, firefighters and police.

Wondering what Faced and Unfaced means? The Faced Aluminum grave marker has sanded off the raised surface to highlight the letters of the insignias. The Unfaced Aluminum grave markers leave the marker intact and are not sanded.

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Grave markers are a wonderful way of honoring the memory of a loved one. Each year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day thousands of American’s visit the graves of fallen U.S. military men and women across the nation and place “stick flags” usually U.S. flags 12 in. x 18 in. Grave markers come in various materials from plastic to aluminum to bronze so family members can choose whatever suits their needs best.

Often Veterans Day and Memorial Day become confused by the general public. An easy way to remember it is since Memorial Day comes in May it is before Veteran’s Day. Memorial Day is the day for remembering and honoring military personnel who died while in service to their nation, especially those who died in battle or as a result of wounds sustained in battle. So they are to be afforded “highest honors” or can be thought of as “first” since this holiday comes first.

Veterans Day is also a day to remember those lost in battle but it is also a day to honor EVERY man or woman who has served in the military alive or deceased. That is the key difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day.