The U.S. Honor Flag, since 2001, has traveled all over this nation to honor America’s finest. The Flag arrived from Washington, D.C. earlier this week to pay tribute to Trooper Ambroise.
The Honor Network, the organization that oversees the U.S. Honor Flag, has made arrangements for the Miami Tower to be illuminated in various colors to honor fallen Heroes. Tonight will be the tower’s inaugural illumination in blue, signifying the honor of Police and specifically honoring Trooper Ambroise this week, who lost his life in the line of duty on May 15, 2010
"Showing the nation that the community in Miami is united is a tremendous privilege for us. Honoring Trooper Ambroise with such a tribute is fitting. The Miami Tower will become a national showcase of how important the men and women who server our cities, and our nation are, whether in Miami or Sacremento, since we are united in this cause. We are excited to open a new door and chapter in Honoring our Heroes" said Chris Heisler President & CEO of The HonorNetwork.”
The Miami-Dade Police Department (Dade County Sheriff's Office) is proud to announce that the Miami Tower , formerly known as the CenTrust Tower , will shine in the color of blue to honor Trooper Ambroise. It will remain blue throughout next week in a show of support for law enforcement.
The Miami-Dade Police Department supports The Honor Network, a non-profit organization that is the custodian of the United States Honor Flag and honor heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice. MDPD is also home for the United State Honor Flag while it's at rest.
By agreement of Wealth Capital Management, property manager for the Miami Tower at 100 Southeast 2nd Street , the Miami Tower will display special blue illumination in support of the United States Honor Flag's mission to honor fallen heroes.
The Honor Network