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Steve Watkins

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U.S. Army

HQ Phone:  (703) 428-0000

Email: s***@***.com

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U.S. Army

200 Stovall St.

Alexandria, Virginia,22332

United States

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University of Mary Washington

Professor of English


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Florida State University


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City of Eufaula > CITY DEPARTMENTS > POLICE DEPARTMENT

www.eufaulaalabama.com [cached]

Chief of Police Steve Watkins
swatkins@eufaulaalabama.com


www.nzherald.co.nz

Steve Watkins sat in his tent on Mt Everest, more than 600m above base camp.
He and other members of a team with New Zealand-based Adventure Consultants had spent the night at the mountain's Camp 1. Watkins, 38, could barely stand as the ground jumped. Then Gissurardottir, standing next to him, spotted a wall of snow and ice barrelling their way. This was a minor avalanche, of the sort that Nepali guides often saw. But to Watkins, it looked like something out of a Hollywood movie. He ran to his tent, convinced he was in his final moments, muttering what he feared were his final thoughts to any higher power that was with him high on the mountain. Watkins grew up in Topeka, Kansas, dreaming of adventures. A West Point graduate, he served in Afghanistan with the US Army and then spent a dozen or so years bouncing around war zones as a civilian contractor. The danger was intoxicating. But the memories of death and destruction stuck with him, too, and Watkins says he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder in 2005. He eventually moved to Alaska and the previous month had completed the 1610km-long Iditarod dog sled race. Up on Camp 1, Watkins could hear bits of ice and snow pelting his tent. Up at Camp 1, Watkins listened to radio transmissions from the valley below, the crackling filled with gruesome updates. His team's base camp was among the hardest hit. Watkins walked over to his team camp with Adventure Consultants. Six of the company's Nepali guides had been killed by the avalanche. Seven more were among the injured. Watkins and others excavated the ruins with ice axes and shovels, stopping as aftershocks rumbled the glacier.


City of Eufaula > CITY DEPARTMENTS > POLICE DEPARTMENT

www.eufaulaalabama.com [cached]

Patrol Captain Steve Watkins
swatkins@eufaulaalabama.com Criminal Investigation: Division Lt.


City of Eufaula > Departments > Police Department

www.eufaulaalabama.com [cached]

Patrol Captain Steve Watkins swatkins@eufaulaalabama.com
Criminal Investigation Division Sgt.


Eufaula Tribune - News

www2.eufaulatribune.com [cached]

Steve Watkins of the Eufaula Police Department reminded Eufaula residents that shooting fireworks inside the city limits is illegal.


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