A monument dedicated to the IRA members killed in the Loughgall ambush will be unveiled in north Monaghan this weekend.
Its 35 years since the incident, where eight IRA members were shot dead by the SAS during an attack on an RUC station.
A civilian also lost their life in the attack.
A memorial to two of the dead, Jim Lynagh and Padraig McKearney was located at Drumfurrer between Tydavnet and Clogher, and was removed in 2019.
A new stone memorial will be officially unveiled on Sunday by the Tyrone National Graves Association.