(Bolding mine for emphasis)
I pulled photos from Google of Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell because those were the first ones I could grab. The other two VA administered cemeteries look pretty much identical other than the name on the sign.
To me, that’s not much more “dignified” or whatever than the funeral home they used. It’s a square of thin grass over sugar sand with a plain marble marker, nothing personal other than the name, date of birth/death and the insignia denoting religious affiliation. No fancy front gates, no gardens and benches, nothing. Just miles of identical markers with little American flags they periodically replace when the flags get tattered.
To be fair, Sarasota National Cemetery is newer and closer to them and is a bit more interesting. There are some pretty cool modernist shades over a very nice landscaped entrance plaza. Still, once you get past that it's just rows of white stones.