Every Remembrance Day is special.
The day acknowledges, honours and remembers the courage and sacrifice of those who have served our country and those who have given their life in service to our nation on military and peacekeeping operations.
This time of year is always special for Malcolm Ritchie, who recently became president of the Goulburn RSL Sub-branch.
"Today is a special day to remember people who served at the war and went away at a very young age," Mr Ritchie said.
"I get different feelings every year because I remember different things about the war.
"You might remember the nurses, a family member or someone you knew who was killed.
"That's why it's special every year."
Mr Ritchie said he enjoyed hosting the service at Belmore Park again, which had plenty of attendees.
"I think it's very important what I do and I enjoy doing it," he said.
"It's a privilege and honour to be a part of it."
Also speaking at the ceremony was Reverend Norm Wakefield, SuperIntendent Paul Condon and Goulburn RSL Sub Branch vice president Frank Wilcomes.
Mr Ritchie also had a message for those who lost loved ones during war.
"Be very proud they served and be proud of the job they did," he said.
"They can hold their heads high and so can you.
"It's also important to mention all the families who didn't go to war, but kept the home fires burning."
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