Photo/Story Gallery 2010

FHP Honors Vets in Local Parades

Trp C and company

Troop C Assists with November Fest: November fest is an annual fundraiser held at Nativity Catholic Church in Brandon, FL. The Florida Highway Patrol has a 22 year history of assisting November Fest with traffic and security. This year November Fest was held over the Veterans Day weekend.

Trp C accepts awards

On Veterans Day, Nativity Catholic Church and School held a ceremony to express their sincere appreciation to all the members of local emergency response and law enforcement agencies. Accepting these awards were current members of local agencies who had served in the military keeping our country safe at home and abroad. Accepting the award for the Florida Highway Patrol was Trooper Joshua Campbell. Trooper Campbell served in the Air Force and is currently assigned to Troop C- Tampa.

Sgt. Ray Wigfall, Trp. Scott Gardner, Cpl. Steve Devore, Cpl. Quentin Mills and Tpr. Jessica Jimenez with Dolphin mascot.Pictured left, Sergeant Ray Wigfall, Trooper Scott Gardner, Corporal Steve Devore, Corporal Quentin Mills and Trooper Jessica Jimenez with Dolphin mascot.

Miami Troopers Honor Veterans in Two Parades: Members of the southern regional FHP honor guard, Troop E PIO Lt. Alex Annunziato, and Corporal Gary Dunick, participated in two separate Veterans Day parades. Troop E has strong military roots and has supported members during various deployments in support of operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and domestically following the Deepwater Horizon oil catastrophe.

The two parades took place in Miami Beach and Key West. Over three thousand Miami Beach residents and nearly two thousand Key West residents lined the respective parade routes. Both reviewing stands were impressed with FHP’s professionalism and patriotism. FHP is proud to support veterans!

Cpl. Dunick shows off his charger.    Duval Street is lined with onlookers    Coast Guard sailors marching    Southern regional honor guard members pose with Dolphin cheerleaders.

Additional Photos left to right: Corporal Dunick shows off his charger; Duval Street is lined with onlookers; Coast Guard sailors marching; Southern Regional Honor Guard members pose with Dolphin Cheerleaders.