If you are traveling a long distance by car or flying to retrieve the cremated remains of one parent or both, you will probably want to take the remains with you back home. Or perhaps you might want to honor a last wish and scatter them somewhere with sentimental value. Cremation is a popular practice that affords different options to honor a dead parent or keep them close. Whether you are honoring a final wish to scatter the ashes somewhere sentimental or take them back with you, you will want to keep the remains as safe as possible depending on the traveling methods. Continue reading How To Safely Travel With Cremated Remains
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Military cremation urns come in a variety of materials, styles, and designs. Nearly all military urns offer a choice of medallion or emblem which will correspond to the branch in which your loved one served: Air Force, Army, Navy, or Marine Corps. Some also provide the option for Coast Guard, Fire Department, Police Department, or the United States Great Seal.