Star of Courage


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Star of Courage

n
(Military) a Canadian award for bravery
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Four of the Queenslanders honoured with the Star of Courage were recognised for assisting in the rescue of a driver from a chemical laden truck which had crashed at Angellala Creek, Charleville on 5 September 2014," Ms Palaszczuk said.
They consist of the Cross of Valour, the Star of Courage and the Medal of Bravery.
Mr Fenwick was posthumously awarded the Star of Courage earlier this year, having been nominated by the NSWNA Mid Western Mental Health branch.
She has been awarded the Star of Courage, which is ranked second in the list of civil bravery decorations in Australia.
He thought no more of the matter until two years later when he was called to Ottawa to receive the Star of Courage.
In 1995, Chaput received the Star of Courage from then-governor general Romeo LeBlanc for his efforts in rescuing people from a fire in downtown Toronto.
The Canadian government is considering posthumously awarding Tony the prestigious Cross of Valour and Star of Courage.
Governor General Quentin Bryce posthumously awarded the Star of Courage, Australia's second highest bravery decoration, to Bob, for his act "of conspicuous courage in circumstances of great peril".
Now Lorraine has become one of an elite band of only 141 people awarded Australia's Star of Courage, given for acts of bravery while facing "extreme peril".
The Merrickville, Ontario naval reservist is one of 11 to be awarded decorations for bravery, which also include the Cross of Valour and the Star of Courage.
Yesterday it was revealed that Canada was considering posthumously awarding him the prestigious Cross of Valour and Star of Courage.
White received a posthumous Star of Courage, the bravery award below the Cross of Valour.