HUDDERSFIELD and District Army Veterans were presented with a special memento at their annual dinner.
Serving soldiers travelled down from Catterick Barracks to present them with a framed King's Division Badge.
The Yorkshire Regiment is part of the King's Division and the soldiers who attended - Capt Chris Hosty and Company Sgt Maj Peter Thompson - train new infantry soldiers at Catterick.
Almost 60 of the veterans' 85 members were at the dinner at the George Hotel. Some of them are pictured above.
The speech was given by their chairman, Maj Stephen Armitage, and the event was attended by their patron, Brig Dick Mundell, along with veteran member and Methodist stalwart Billy Grayson, 87, who received an MBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours. He has also done charity and voluntary work.
The veterans are aged from 60 to 96 and accept new members who have served in the Army, Royal Navy or RAF.
They organise social events and days out.
Anyone interested in joining should phone Cyril Ford on 01484 323107.