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The Fort Custer National Cemetery has a portion of land that measures 770 acres meant to be called as a national cemetery way back in 1981. This is a cemetery that has enough space to accommodate remains that were cremated and casketed. It is located about six miles in the western part of Battle Creek. The name of the cemetery was taken from the name of General George Armstrong Custer who is a native of Michigan too.

Within the cemetery, you can find a pathway that is lined up with lots of memorials that give tribute to the veterans of the country. This part became a reality with the donations and charitable help of numerous organizations in the state. 50 flags that represent each state are made to be shown on the memorial day event.
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