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The memorial is a large stained glass window, located in the Warrior's Chapel inside St Andrew's Anglican Church at Lismore. The window is divided into three sections, each featuring several elements. The top section depicts a descending dove above the head of Jesus Christ with outstretched hands. He is flanked by the Alpha and Omega symbols, for the beginning and the end. In the middle section is a Latin cross above a banner with the first inscription. Surrounding the cross are six soldiers. In the centre of the bottom section is a slouch hat, flanked by wings and floral designs including wattle. Underneath the hat is the second inscription, flanked with red poppies.
The memorial was made by stained glass artist Bill Klease, of the Tweed Valley. Klease has designed other windows in the church. These are listed separately on the NSW War Memorials Register as the St Andrew's Anglican Church Anzac Memorial Window, Lismore and the St Andrew's Anglican Church Sandakan Memorial Window, Lismore.
Access to the memorial is by appointment/tour.
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Australian Forces Vietnam 1962–1975