The National Cemeteries in the U.S.A. are used for war graves, graves of U.S. military personnel, veterans and their spouses but not exclusively so. There are also special state veteran cemeteries.
In 2008, there were in total 46,601 graves on this cemetery.
It is the only National Cemetery with graves of foreign POW's from both World Wars. There are 78 graves of German POW's from the First World War and from the Second World War there are graves of 105 German, one French, one Italian and one Polish POW's.
Chattanooga National Cemetery contains the grave of the following person, who fought for the United States of America and who gave his life in the war in Afghanistan and/or Operation Enduring Freedom:
8 April 2010 , Private 1st Class Jonathon D. Hall, aged 23
Chattanooga National Cemetery contains the graves of the following people, who fought for the United States of America and who gave their lives in the War in Iraq and/or Operation Iraqi Freedom:
23 March 2003 , Sergeant Brendon Curtis Reiss, aged 23
14 September 2006 , Sergeant David Thomas Weir, aged 23
30 December 2006 , Sergeant John Michael Sullivan, aged 22
19 February 2007 , Sergeant Shawn Micheal Dunkin, aged 25
19 May 2007 , Private 1st Class Travis Frederick Haslip, aged 20
19 January 2008 , Lance Corporal James Michael Gluff, aged 20
17 September 2008 , Captain Darrick D. Wright, aged 37
29 May 2009 , Private Thomas Edward Lee III, aged 20
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