Veterans, their families and community members will gather at Ingleburn RSL Club on Wednesday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Coral-Balmoral.
The commemorative service will be held in the Ingleburn RSL Sub-Branch Memorial Garden at the venue on the corner of Chester Road and Warbler Avenue.
Dr Brendan Nelson of the Australian War Memorial will be a guest speaker on the day.
The service will begin at 11am.
The first commemoration of the Battle of Coral-Balmoral held at Ingleburn RSL occurred in 2012.
The service is now one of the three most significant commemorations run by the local sub-branch, behind Anzac Day and Remembrance Day.
The Battle of Coral-Balmoral was a 25-day conflict which began on May 12, 1968.
The battle – part of the Vietnam War – claimed the lives of 26 Diggers.
American and New Zealand forces were also involved in the battle at fire support bases in Coral and Balmoral – 20 kilometres north of Bien Hoa City, Vietnam.
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