Who deals with veteran affairs?
The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs deals with veteran
As a veteran, what benefits am I entitled to?
Through its network of regional Veterans Service offices, the
Division of Veterans Programs provides the state's 712,000
veterans and their dependents with information and guidance
claims. Trained veterans service officers at those offices
also assist veterans with issues pertaining to employment,
burial, counseling, housing, social and medical services,
and other areas of concern to veterans and their families.
additional information, check out the New
Jersey Veterans Guide.
What are the medical benefits for veterans?
The New Jersey Veterans Guide has information about health
care services for veterans.
How can I find the nearest veterans hospital?
The federal Department of Veterans Affairs lists New
Jersey's veteran health care facilities.
How can I apply for a New Jersey Distinguished
The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has a Web page
concerning the New Jersey Distinguished
Service Medal. You
can also download an awards application (*pdf) online.
What are the death benefits for veterans?
The New Jersey Veterans Guide has information about death
benefits for veterans.
Where can I find information about headstones
The New Jersey Veterans
Guide has information about VA Headstones
for Burials in Private Cemeteries.
Where are the military cemeteries located in New
General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery is located in Arneytown, North Hanover Township, Burlington
County on Provinceline Road, which intersects Route 664 to
of the cemetery and Routes 537 and 528 to the south.