THEY might not have served overseas, but the contributions of those who served on the home front during war were no less valuable, according to the Orange RSL sub-branch.
The sub-branch will host a service for Remembrance Day on Monday from 10.50am in Robertson Park.
"We'll aim to get the ode completed by 11am," vice-president Chris Colvin said.
Mr Colvin said the day was an opportunity to remember all servicemen and women, particularly given the original Armistice Day in 1918 was meant to signify the end of all wars.
"It didn't, of course," he said.
We at the RSL accept any ADF personnel who has been discharged and served at least one day in uniform.City of Orange RSL sub-branch vice-president Chris Colvin
But he said people often forgot those who manned barracks and army depots ready to defend their homeland if necessary.
"They never got any recognition because they didn't go overseas," he said.
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"That's why we at the RSL accept any ADF personnel who has been discharged and served at least one day in uniform."
Wreaths will be laid at the service, which is expected to be attended by at least 300 schoolchildren, in addition to the playing of The Last Post, The Reveille and Lest We Forget.
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