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2006 Service Team Ranking - Top Coast Guard
This include those now serving in or veterans of the Coast Guard (Coast Guard may choose the Homeland Security Team)
(clicking on the member's ID will give complete angler history)
 

Top 5 Coast Guard 2005

Place
Name
MemID Service District Events Points
28
Zachary Adams
Coast Guard
11
10
3033
132
Jim Missel
Coast Guard
4
11
2510
146
Joe Lybrand
Coast Guard
15
13
2422
165
Shawn M Johnson
Coast Guard
27
14
2328
268
Dave Sheffield
Coast Guard
51
13
1824
279
Richard Bates
Coast Guard
72
8
1755
405
Bill Shepard
Coast Guard
106
13
1316
410
Jason Law
Coast Guard
26
13
1312
429
Kenneth Tonks
Coast Guard
76
15
1304
498
Douglas Finch
Coast Guard
4
9
1268
560
Thaddeus Dubois
Coast Guard
27
6
1175
619
Donald M Stewart
Coast Guard
36
15
1159
715
Joshua Smith
Coast Guard
27
6
1145
760
Robert J. Harlacher
Coast Guard
15
13
1139
853
Ricky Davis
Coast Guard
76
5
1127
890
Paul Winchell
Coast Guard
15
12
1122
936
Ken Langford
Coast Guard
106
9
1115
1136
James M Stone
Coast Guard
41
8
873
1144
Chris Lide
Coast Guard
39
8
868
1332
Frank Toti
Coast Guard
5
5
762
Name
Points
Jim Missel
3097
James M Stone
2661
Bill Shepard
2414
Dave Sheffield
2397
Kenneth Tonks
1664
What is a Service Team?

This is a special ranking of members based their group designation. Members that ever served in the military they are placed in that military branch’s service team or in the Homeland Security Service Team. If the member never served in the military they are placed either in the Eagle (Non Military) or the Lady Angler service team.

Why have service teams? This allows the rank members within their group. For example: Who is the top Army Angler? With this ranking method the top 5 from each service team receive special awards and recognition at the ABA national championship.

Must I have served in the military to be in one of the military service teams? Yes, if you have never served in the military you can still be in the associate or the lady angler service team.

Can I be in any service team I want to be in? No, you must have been belong or been in either a military branch or in the case of the Homeland Security Team you must be serving or veterans of the Coast Guard, Fire Fighter, Law Enforcement or a Registered EMT (Registered Emergency Medical Technician)

ABA Service Teams

  • Army (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Navy (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Air Force (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Marine (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Coast Guard (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Homeland Security (Coast Guard, Fire Fighters, Law Enforcement, Registered EMT)
  • Eagle (Members that have not served in the Military Armed Forces)
  • Lady Anglers (Members that have not served in the Military Armed Forces

 

 

 


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