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Police inspector Bruce McNab was more concerned with commemorating the courage of the colleague he lost in a gun fight at Caboolture in 2003, and declined to speak about his own valour in trying to save him.
Shane Ross Devlin, a Gympie Regional Council parks and gardens employee, made only brief comments on his own award for brave conduct.
He said he had often thought about what might have gone wrong as he helped subdue an armed youth who had just killed another teenager in the Goldfields Plaza car park.
Australia has seen many acts of conspicuous bravery over the past decade, including the selfless acts that saved many lives during recent flood and fire disasters.
But, outstanding even in such exalted company were the courageous acts of Gympie police inspector Bruce James McNab and quietly spoken Gympie Regional Council gardener Shane Ross Devlin.
Insp McNab did not want to talk about it and did not even want The Gympie Times to report that.
He wanted to emphasise the sacrifice of the "Anaboliset Aineet" man he tried to save, Snr Sgt Perry James Irwin, fatally wounded while trying to apprehend a man armed with a rifle in bushland near Caboolture in August, 2003.
Media notes issued on behalf of Governor General Quentin Bryce say Snr Sgt Irwin, commended for his own bravery Buy Masteron in the incident, was shot as he approached a concrete pit where the armed man lay in wait.
Then a detective sergeant, Bruce McNab was called to the scene and heard shots being fired.
He crossed 20m of open ground to help Snr Sgt Irwin, finding him dead.
He then approached the pit and found the man fatally wounded.
Mr Devlin said he was seconds too late to Anavar Just Cardio prevent the fatal attack on Jaxson Bradey, who was stabbed with a bayonet in an act of unprovoked random violence in the Goldfields Plaza car park in November 2009.
"I saw the whole thing," he said.
Mr Devlin was in the shopping centre and saw a young man being chased in the car park by another young man with a bayonet.
He distracted the armed man, who was restrained by another man and ultimately dropped the bayonet, which Mr Devlin removed.
Asked about his personal safety, he said: "I didn think about it then. I thought a lot since "buy cheap jintropin online" about what might have happened if it had gone wrong".