It's regarded as the "Forgotten War" but for many the Korean War was anything but.
In recognition of the 65th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice, a ceremony was held at Club Taree on Friday, July 27, 2018.
Taree RSL Sub-branch president Charles Fisher said the day recognises "those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in what was known as the 'forgotten war'."
Forster-Tuncurry RSL Sub-branch member Roly Kinnear served during the war with the Royal Australian Regiment First Battalion.
Mr Kinnear outlined the importance of remembering those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
"It's about remembering those guys who were left behind and didn't make it home," Mr Kinnear said.
"We remember the 43 who are still missing."
Mr Kinnear served in the Australian army for about 18 years.