If he selected Arlington it will be the full dress ceremony with horse and caisson. Regrettably many veterans only get a military funeral comprised of several octogenarian members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars or American Legion and a boom box to play Taps.
I make it a point to attend every veteran's (regardless of service) funeral in my area that I can in dress blues to present the flag to the survivor(s) since we are in a remote area and the military assets for more formal services are often unavailable.
He went with us to Grenada, and had us ready with his planning for Desert Storm when it kicked off. Not many cared for his troops as deeply or as visibly as "Stormin' Norman." He, arguably, was our greatest modern General, and will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace, Sir. Condolences to Brenda and the family.
My F-I-L passed away just over a year ago. He had served 3 years in the US Army, 40 odd years ago. He still had a military funeral. The local American Legion turned out, with firing party, and the Honor Guard Commander presented my M-I-L the flag.