A Highland war memorial is to be updated to honour servicemen and women killed since the Second World War.
The Royal British Legion wants relatives to supply details of all members of the armed forces from the Inverness area who have died while on duty.
The memorial at Cavell Gardens by the banks of the Ness has honoured the fallen for 90 years.
Tributes to those lost in conflict from Korea and Northern Ireland to the Falklands and Afghanistan will now be added.
Relatives should contact the British Legion in Inverness:
Ian Burnett, from the Royal British Legion Scotland, said relatives should contact the British Legion in Inverness.
He said: "We will then get back in contact with the families and their names will be entered."
The Great War claimed the lives of one in seven of Inverness’ male population. The Highlands' reputation for bravery is acknowledged globally:
Inverness-based Black Watch sergeant Gus Millar was the inspiration for the new project. He died along with Dundee private Kevin Elliott in a grenade attack in Afghanistan three years ago.