Dependent Arlington Service
Photo Only

Starting from the Administration Building at Arlington National Cemetery.

Arlington Media specializes in covering Arlington services. We use multiple cameras dispersed around the service to capture every aspect of a Dependent service.

What We Do - Photo

We shoot with at least two Nikon or Canon professional cameras and large lenses. We always shoot RAW and convert your photos to JPEGs for delivery. Historically, we shoot on average 438 photos at a service – sometimes more, sometimes less owing to the unique nature of each service.

We treat these services like they are news events, documenting every aspect of the service.

What is Included - Photo

We will provide you with more than 200 high-resolution photographs on one of the following:

  • Five years Online private photo storage

Additional USBs are $60 each. A copyright transfer is included

A custom printed personalized photo DVD-ROM data disc is available for $95.00

Photo DVD-ROM disc and USB thumb drive will NOT be copy protected, so you can make your own copies.

What We Do - Photo Albums

Photo albums in two different sizes are available as an add-on starting at $150.00 for the first book and starting at $100.00 for each additional book.

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Dependent Service

When a spouse or other eligible dependent of a current or former member of the Armed Forces is buried at Arlington, the military service in which the service member served will provide a casket team or body bearers and a military chaplain, if requested. No other military funeral honors will be rendered unless the spouse also served in the military.


Military Chaplain

A military chaplain may be scheduled by the cemetery staff, if requested, unless a family minister is desired and provided by the primary next of kin or the funeral home. 

A Casket Team

A casket is carried foot first, except for that of a clergyman which is carried headfirst. U.S. flags over military caskets are placed so that the blue field is at the head and over the shoulder of the deceased to symbolize service to the nation.  The casket is draped before it arrives for services and remains draped until the flag is folded graveside. The cap and sword of the deceased is never displayed atop a flag-draped casket (nothing touches the flag). Caskets are transported to the cemetery in a hearse or caisson.

Other Coverage Options

and Video

$ 1,045
  • Includes the following:
  • Five years Online private photo storage
  • Five years Online private video link


$ 545
  • Includes the following:
  • Five years Online private video link