Ronald Fowlkes works for Eagle Industries Unlimited. He is a business manager of law enforcement/ commercial products. He is based in St. Louis, Missouri. His job tasks include product education to more than 150 sales personnel, to call on customers throughout the nation, and to work on product selection for sales and development. Also, his extensive background in this field includes tactical training and products resulting from being a contractor for the Department of Defense and in serving in the Navy-Marine Corps. He has more than 13 years of experience in this field.
More Details About His Work Background
While working as a contractor for the Department of Defense with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, JIEDDO, in Iraq with the US Army, he dismounted and mounted infantry operations in a combat zone. He also trained the US military personnel in CQB, post-blast analysis, hostage rescue, tactical operations, tactical questioning of captured and detained individuals, and evidence collection. He worked for three years with the ST. Louis County Police Department and 10 years with the ST. Louis Metropolitan Police Department in which the last seven years he was with their HRT Team. He became certified in defensive tactics, shoot house, tactical rifle, and URBAN/SWAT warfare tactics while working in the police department.
While serving the US Marine Corps from 1989 to 1993, he was promoted in ranks and became a veteran of the Persian Gulf War. He attended the Basic Engineer course, Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO) basic course, and the Marine Combat Training at the Marine Corps School of Infantry. He also was trained in the US Army Parachute School. Later on, he earned his advance in NSWF Combat Diver School and in the Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia. While serving with the first ANGLICO conducted small unit parachute operations, gunfire missions using various encrypted and non-encrypted radios, and using a (MULE) laser designator air and naval and reconnaissance.
His Personal Hobbies
When Fowlkes isn’t working, he either coaches his son’s hockey team or is involved in in the sport in other ways.