Ronald Fowlkes is the business development manager of commercial products/law enforcement products for the company, Eagle Industries Unlimited. His tasks and responsibilities for this position include: calling as well as getting the attention of clients all throughout America, product selections for sale and development, and educating over 150 sales stuff and personnel about the products The company has to offer.
Fowlkes was the United States Army service man, in which she was employed as a Department of Defense Contractor, Who worked with JIEDDO, which stands for: Joint Improvised Explosive Devicr Defeat Organization, well his time in Iraq. His responsibilities in this role included: mounting and dismounting infantry operations while in a combat zone. Fowlkes is also responsible for giving directions and instructions to those serving for the United States Military four different operations which they have, post-blast analysis, evidence collection, tactical questioning of detained and captured individuals, as well as providing CQB and hostage rescue.
Fowlkes’ other background and training include: having more than 13 years of experience as a law enforcement officer, as well as three years with the St. Louis County Police Department, and 10 years with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Also during the last seven years while he was employed there, Fowlkes was also working at the Saint Louis Metropolitan HRT team.
Fowlkes also served in the United States while he was in the United States Marine corpse from the years 1989 through 1993, and received two promotions during this period, and is a US veteran, as he served in the First Gulf War. He also participated in Marine Combat Training at the Marine Corps School of Infantry. Fowlkes also participated in a Basic Engineer Course, ANGLICO, which stands for: Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, and has participated in a basic course with the United States Army Parachute School. He also earned later on in his career the advanced title at the Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia and NSWF Combat Driver School. In addition, while Fowlkes served with first ENGLICO, he conducted operations for small unit parachutes including: ear and naval gunfire missions using various kinds of both encrypted and non-encrypted radios, the use of a MULE laser designator, as well as reconnaissance.
Since Fowlkes became a team leader for the company in the year 2003, he has become a certified teacher/instructor in tactical rifle, defensive tactics, SWAT/URBAN warfare tactics, and shoot house tactics and methods. Fowlkes is also in charge of all High-Risk Entries which there are about 250 or more in a given year, as well as hostage incidence plus barricaded subjects. He is the first to understand that when the Unit is not trained and deployed tactically, there are losses, so therefore he understands that he and his team are responsible for checking out gang activity, investigating any illegal gun possession, and trafficking of illegal narcotics and some of the most dangerous and crime filled neighborhoods. His Unit also is responsible for all of this as they are the WMD Response Team and Civil Disobedient Team.