Fort Sill National Cemetery

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The Fort Still National Cemetery was dedicated in November 2001, and is placed on land that was originally part of Ft. Sill Military Reservation, and before that, Indian Territory. The Ft. Sill National Cemetery was the second to be constructed in Oklahoma, and is the 120th national cemetery to be administered by the National Cemetery Administration.

General Information regarding policies and procedures at the cemetery can be found on the Fort Still National Cemetery website.

Floral / Grounds Policies for Visitors

Natural cut flowers may be placed on grounds at any time of year. They will be removed when they become unsightly or when is necessary to manage the grounds. Artificial flowers are permitted from November 10 through April 1. Potted plants are permitted 10 days before until 10 days after Easter Sunday. For Memorial Day, all flowers are permitted from Thursday before the last Monday in May to the first Monday in June. Christmas wreaths, adornments and grave blankets are permitted from December 1 through January 10. They may not be secured to headstones.

For more information and details, please visit the Fort Sill National Cemetery website.