Ronald Fowlkes is a Business Development Manager at Eagle Industries Limited, specializing in Law Enforcement and Commercial products. His work covers imparting product education to sales personnel and the selection of products for development and sale. He has a background in tactical training as he has served in the Navy-Marine Corps. He has also worked for the Department of Defense as a contractor. Fowlkes has also served his community by working in law enforcement for 13 years.
While he was employed as a contractor for the Department of Defense in Iraq, his duty consisted of mounting and dismounting infantry operations in combat zones. He also instructed U.S Military personnel in tactical situations, post-blast analysis, evidence collection, hostage rescue and interrogation of captured individuals. When he was in law enforcement, he worked ten years with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and three with St. Louis County Police Department. He spent the last seven years in law enforcement on the St. Louis Metropolitans HRT team. He became a team leader in 2003 and a certified instructor in SWAT/URBAN warfare tactics, tactical rife and defensive tactics. His team was involved in more than 250 High-Risk Entries, hostage situations, and barricaded subjects. While his Unit was not deployed, they were responsible for investigations into the trafficking of narcotics, gang activity, and illegal gun possession. The Unit also acted as WMD Response Team and Civil Disobedience Team.
Fowlkes served his nation in the United States Marine Corps in the period 1989-1993. He was promoted on the basis of merit twice and served in the First Gulf War. He was trained at Marine Combat Training in Marine Corps School of Infantry and completed Basic Engineer Course along with Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO) basic course. He also went to U.S Army Parachute School and earned his Navy-Marine Corps Insignia. While he was serving with 1st ANGLICO, he performed parachute operations including naval and air gunfire with reconnaissance. He also finished missions using different types of radios, encrypted and non-encrypted.
The years of intense training in the army, Navy and law enforcement makes Fowlkes an invaluable expert in the field of weaponry and defense. His on-field experiences in Iraq and the streets of St. Louis has provided him with an insight into tactical strategies and use of weapons. Having worked in almost all the fields of security, he is the prime candidate for the position he holds at Eagle Industries Limited. His extensive resume is highly impressive and indicative of his intimidating skills and talents. A veteran, he is a highly respected member of his community.
When not working, he loves spending time with his family, coaching his son’s hockey team or playing the sport himself.