The six Manning based soldiers who died in the Vietnam War will be recognised by the Taree RSL Sub-branch.
Photos of Captain Robert Bruce Milligan, Second Lieutenant Kerry Patrick Rinkin, Private Alan John Wallis, Sapper Peter John Bramble, Lance Corporal Michael Paul White and Private Arthur John Gibson will be displayed at the Taree Vietnam Veterans Day service on Tuesday, August 18.
Their names will be read out at the ceremony as part of the honour roll.
In the meantime, the photos have taken pride of place in the war memorabilia display at Club Taree.
Sub-branch president Charlie Fisher said the measures ensure the memories of each veteran won't be forgotten.
"These were six young men who served and paid the supreme sacrifice," Mr Fisher said.
Previously, the only dedication to the soldiers in the memorabilia display was a small plaque with their names on it. Now there's photos, descriptions and medals.
The ceremony on Tuesday will begin at 11am at the memorial in front of Club Taree. If there is wet weather, the service will be held in the auditorium.
Attendance will be capped to 50 people, with the use of face masks encouraged.
Sub-branch members have spent the past two months working on the display to give the maximum respect to former soldiers as possible.
Sub-branch vice president Darcy Elbourne said it's important not to forget the past.
"We have a generation now where no one has served," Mr Elbourne added.
Those who frequently walk through the club stop, look and learn about the impacts of war on the region and its citizens.
For future days of significance, such as Korea Day and Remembrance Day, the Sub-branch plans to take memorabilia and artifacts and display them prominently in the cabinet.
Any memorabilia that can be displayed in the cabinet will be accepted by the Sub-branch.
"We can put it in for six months at a time before returning it to the family," Mr Elbourne said.
The photos, medals, maps and weapons featured in the display is always growing, with the Sub-branch members vowing to update it when necessary.
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