Arlington National Cemetery

Government, Safety, Logistics

In Reversal, Arlington National Cemetery Directed to Host Wreaths Across America

Wreaths Across America Wreaths adorn headstones at Arlington National Cemetery during last year's event. In 2019, more than 320 carriers and about 500 drivers donated their vehicles and time to transport wreaths across the nation and world. (American Trucking Associations)

Wreaths Across America Day will return to Arlington National Cemetery — and so will trucking’s involvement — after a whirlwind stretch in which cemetery officials had initially decided to cancel the event out of coronavirus concerns.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
November 18, 2020

2018 Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery

Government, Business, Logistics

2018 Wreaths Across America Honors Fallen Soldiers for 27th Year

Wreaths Across America Brian Shepker (camouflage coat) and Elizabeth Pettyjohn (pink coat) of Pottsville, Pa., helped unload ATA's Share the Road truck Dec. 15. (Marissa Gamache/Transport Topics)

ARLINGTON, Va. — With the help of ATA Share the Road drivers and thousands of volunteers, more than 250,000 wreaths were delivered and laid on headstones the morning of Dec. 15 at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. See photos.

Marissa Gamache | Features Coordinator
December 15, 2018