H.R.2018 - Honor Those Who Served Act of 2013

To amend title 38, United States Code, to identify the persons who are eligible to request headstones or markers furnished by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and or other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend title 38, United States Code, to identify the persons who are eligible to request headstones or markers furnished by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and or other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Honor Those Who Served Act of 2013 as introduced.

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Official Summary

Honor Those Who Served Act of 2013 - Revises veterans' burial benefits provisions to allow a person to request a headstone or marker from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to commemorate an eligible individual if such person is: (1) the decedent's next of kin; (2) a person a

Official Summary

Honor Those Who Served Act of 2013 - Revises veterans' burial benefits provisions to allow a person to request a headstone or marker from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to commemorate an eligible individual if such person is:
(1) the decedent's next of kin;
(2) a person authorized by the next of kin to make such request;
(3) a personal representative authorized by the decedent to make such request;
(4) in the case of a decedent for whom there is no person under
(1) through
(3) identified, a state veterans agency, a military researcher, a local historian, a genealogist, or other person familiar with methods necessary to prove the identity of the decedent; or
(5) in the case of a veteran who served on active duty at least 62 years before the date on which the headstone or marker is requested, any person. Allows for the request of a headstone or marker without an emblem of religious belief.

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