Military Funerals at Sea
Military funerals at sea are a great way to say farewell to loved ones, but most people don’t know much about them. There’s plenty of information available on traditional funerals but most sea burials are private, intimate affairs that one must experience to truly understand. However, they have risen in popularity over the recent years, and many people have become curious about them. Read more about Military Funerals at Sea >>
Honor Guard Burial at Sea
Military personnel deserve the most loving, respectful, and compassionates funeral. They have dedicated their lives to the service of others, risking their well-being every day to protect the nation. Most military families want to do something special and unique for their departed loved ones, and a burial at sea with a full Honor Guard is an appealing option to most. This is especially popular with families belonging to the Navy branches. Read more about Honor Guard Burials at Sea >>
Military Scattering Ashes at Sea
There are many options available to a deceased military personnel’s family when it comes to burials and funeral services. Many families belonging to the Navy branches of the military prefer scattering the ashes at sea. At first, this was done because there was no other alternative and waiting until the ship came to shore wasn’t always feasible. Today, sea burials and funerals are almost always a choice. Read more about Military Scattering Ashes at Sea >>
For the State of California, the Secretary of State and Attorney General, Department of Justice, and Department of Consumer Affairs have awarded a non-profit, public benefit, charitable trust designation to The Last Watch Foundation to provide funeral services to help the Military and their families. We are the only organization in the United States to be awarded this honor. The State has also given us license to perform the scattering of ashes at sea. If a donation to The Last Watch is ever received, those funds are deposited directly into The Last Watch Foundation.