Ronald Fowlkes is currently serving Eagle Industries Unlimited as the Commercial and Law Enforcement products Business Development Manager. His responsibilities include calling on their customers all over the nation, the education of more than 150 personnel regarding their products, and selecting the products for sales and development.
Ronald Fowlkes is additionally employed as a contractor with the Department of Defense, and works with JIEDDO and the United States Army in Iraq. His responsibilities include the combat zones dismounted and mounted operations for the infantry, tactical operations instruction for the personnel of the United States Military, evidence collection, hostage and CQB rescue, the tactical questioning of captured and detained individuals and post-blast analysis.
Ronald Fowlkes has acquired thirteen years of experience working for law enforcement. He served the ST. Louis County Police Department for three years, and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for ten. Seven of these years were with HRT Team for the police in St. Louis. In 2003, he became a team leader, and a certified instructor in defensive tactics, tactical rifle, URBAN/SWAT warfare tactics and shoot house. He shares the responsibilities for roughly 250 High-Risk Entries every year in addition to hostage incidents and barricaded subjects. When his Unit has not been tactically deployed, they focus on gang activity investigations believed to be self-initiated including illegal gun possession, and illegal narcotics trafficking in the extremely violent neighborhoods of the city. His unit also takes action as the Civil Disobedient Team and the WMD Response Team.
From 1989 until 1993, Ronald Fowlkes served the United States Marine Corps. During his service, he received two promotions. He additionally served in the First Gulf War. He attended the Marine Corps School of Infantry for his Combat Training as a Marine, and took a course in basic engineering, a basic course for the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, or ANGLICO, attended the United States Parachute School, and earned his Parachute Insignia through the Navy-Marine Corps. He additionally attended the Driver School for NSWF Combat. While with the 1st ANGLICO, Ronald Fowlkes was responsible for the parachute operations for the small unit including naval and air gunfire missions, reconnaissance, using both non-encrypted and encrypted radios, and a laser designator classified as a MULE.
Ronald Fowlkes specializes in Commercial products and law enforcement. His background regarding tactical training is extensive, and a result of his service to the Department of Defense and the Navy-Marine Corps. This experience gave him the insight necessary to be successful in his current position. In his personal life, Ronald Fowlkes enjoys spending time with his son. When he is not required at work, he is often found coaching the hockey team his son is involved with, or serving the sport is another way.