Well there are three national cemeteries in FL. Is it at no cost ? It just seems like a more dignified place especially considering her young age. I feel like if anyone cared about her dignity they would pursue her having a marked plot in one of these cemeteries. I don't feel like the funeral home they used was very dignified when you consider it was for a 23 yr old.I once saw a picture of Judd in uniform and while the name of the agency wasn't real visible I was able to use the color of it and the shape of the patch to determine which agency he is with.
What I find odd is that they said she started going into organ failure and they MOVED her to another hospital? I'm not buying into the conspiracy theories but when someone is crashing, you don't move them somewhere else until they are stabilized. That's Medicine 101. Just like if you are in an ambulance and need urgent, immediate care, they don't take you to the hospital of your choice, they take you to the closest hospital. Once you're stabilized then they can move you to the hospital of your choice.
It's possible. When my grandmother died, she was interred at our National Cemetary because her husband was a veteran. Unless it's changed, she could be at theirs. If she was placed anywhere. Some people choose not to put them anywhere except home.