In their home country, Australian soldiers are fondly known as "diggers". Their tales of bravery are etched in the national psyche. This fervor reaches its peak on ANZAC Day, where veterans from various wars march in cities and towns across the country. It is considered Australia's most important national occasion and is held annually to mark the first time its troops fought in World War One. Now, young combat troops are returning from Afghanistan - this country's longest war. As more Australian soldiers return from the battlefield, 101 East reporter Drew Ambrose explores their war within.