Armed Forces Skeet Association Hall of Fame

(Candidate Information Sheet)

The Armed Forces Skeet Association (AFSA) Hall of Fame has been established by the directors of the association.  Nominees should be those members who have distinguished themselves by a high degree of proficiency in the sport of skeet shooting and/or by major contribution to the promotion and welfare of the AFSA, exhibiting in the process a high degree of sportsmanship, character, and comradeship with his/her comrades in arms. Inductees will be in every case a credit to the military service.

Please fill in as completely as possible, using attachments if desired.

The person being nominated qualifies in the following category:

Shooting Achievement_____  Service and Contribution ( K.E. Pletcher Award ) _____

Date submitted ____________

Name ______________________________________________  NSSA#________

 Address___________________________________________________________

 ______________________________________________ Zip ________

 

D.O.B. ____________  Branch of Service __________

Rank/Rate ______________

Active Duty ___ Reserve/Guard ____ Retired ____

Date of first entry  on active duty __________Length of Active Duty Service ________ Length of Reserve/Guard Service__________   Total Military Service _____________   If Retired, what date?  _________Must have 10 years of service to be eligible _______

Number of years in registered competition ( at least 10 ) ____                             Living _____ or deceased _____ Is nominee still active in shooting ______ If inactive, what was the last date of registered competition ____________

 Number of years attended ASSC _______ Eight ( 8 ) years required.                   Years attended _____  _____  _____  _____  _____  _____  _____  _____

 Special circumstances such as health considerations or death that possibly shortened member's participation: _____________________________________________________________________

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 Has nominee been inducted into NSSA Hall of Fame? ________ If so, year: ________

Has nominee ever participated in international competition?  If so, list dates, events and awards.   _____________________________________________________________

                                                                   

SHOOTING ACHIEVEMENT

1. Three Armed Services Open Championships including HOA, 410, 28, 20, 12, and doubles ( 300 points each).  An NSSA  World Open Gun Championship satisfies two  of the Armed Services gun requirements.

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2. Any Armed Services, NSSA World, or Mini World, military or retired military championship, including HOA, 410, 28, 20, 12, or doubles (250 points each).                                  

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3.  Any NSSA All-America Team ( 200 points each).

Year _____ team ___________________ Year _____ team _______________ 

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Year _____ team ___________________ Year _____ team _______________

 

4.  Any NSSA Military or Retired Military National High Average Leader in any gun or HOA, first five (5) positions (200 points each).

Year  _____  gun  ________                            Year  _______  gun  _________

Year  _____  gun  ________                            Year  _______  gun _________

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When a shooter has accumulated 4000 points and has satisfied the requirements for military service, years of competition, Armed Services Skeet Championships and attendance, he/she is considered to have met the basic requirements for consideration and may be nominated for the Armed Forces Skeet Association’s Hall of Fame.            

 A NARRATIVE SUMMARY ABOUT THE NOMINEE’S  CHARACTER, SPORTSMANSHIP AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS MUST ACCOMPANY THE NOMINATION

 

SERVICE AND CONTRIBUTIONS

General K.E. Pletcher Award

 

1.  Significant and lasting contributions to the Armed Forces Skeet Association.

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 2.  Volunteering time and effort at the Armed Services Skeet Championships on a long term basis.  ( List years and service performed.)

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3.    3.  AFSA  Shoot Committee member, five (5) or more Armed Services Skeet Championships.

 Year _____  Position _____________________________________________

 Year _____  Position _____________________________________________

 Year _____  Position _____________________________________________

 Year _____  Position _____________________________________________

 Year _____  Position _____________________________________________

 

4. Other significant and lasting contributions to military skeet programs over long periods of time at more than one military installation. 

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5.  Active participation in the Armed Services Skeet Championships for over fifteen (15) years.  (List years.)

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A NARRATIVE SUMMARY ABOUT THE NOMINEE'S CHARACTER, SPORTSMANSHIP AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS MUST ACCOMPANY THE NOMINATION.

Submission Procedure: All nominations shall be submitted in written form to the President. The President shall forward the submissions to the Chairman of the Hall of Fame Committee or the Chairman of the Pletcher Award Committee for consideration and decision.

              

 

 

                                                

 

                                                                 

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