Ronald Fowlkes is the Business Development Manager for the Law Enforcement, in the Commercial Products Department of Eagle Industries. His responsibilities, among many others, including calling on clients from across the country, product promotion through over 150 sales agents, product selection, and product education. The Eagle Industries manufactures tactical-operation equipment and nylon gear in tactical assault vests, holsters, load-bearing bags, and weapon transport gears. Through product promotion, Ronald Fowlkes solely connects with his main customers, being the law enforcement bodies, military and international markets. Fowlkes oversees an employee population estimated at close to three thousand.
State Law Enforcement
Fowlkes has had a 13-years’ experience in the law enforcement department. He served in the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for a period of 10 years and 3 more years at the St. Louis County Police Dept. In the last 7 years, he served on the HRT Team of the St. Louis Metropolitans.
He became a leader in the department in 2003 and instrumental as a certified instructor on warfare tactics, SWAT/URBAN tactics, tactical rifle operations, defensive tactics, and shoot house. Fowlkes took the lead role in managing all High-Risk Entries for a whole year in controlling barricades and managing hostage situations. In the event the units are not deployed tactfully, Ronald’s team would lead the investigations into criminal trafficking, illegal gun ownership, crime in the neighborhoods and illegal drug trade. The unit also serves as a Civil Disobedient Response Team.
Service at the Department of Defense
Ronald worked with the Department of Defense as a Joint Explosive Device defeat organization, popularly referred to as the JIEDDO. He served in this capacity in Iraq, for the US Army. In this role, Fowlkes dismounted and mounted infantry operations in war zones as well as instructing evidence-collection squads, CQB squad, tactical operations, tactical questioning, and post-blast analysis. He also took a leading role in the questioning of the captured militia.
Between 1989 and 1993, Ronald Fowlkes served the United States as a Marine. He took part in the First Gulf War and earned himself two promotions, graduating as a veteran in the service. He got two promotions following enrollment at the Marine Combat Training as well as the Marine Corps School for Engineering Courses. Here, he took a basic course in Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company. He was also trained in the U.S Parachute School where he graduated in Parachute Insignia.
Ronald Fowlkes is revered for having served with the very first ANGLICO team in conducting air parachute operations, renaissance missions, naval gunfire, air operations, radio encryption and the use of MULE laser designers in data non-encryption. He is also a certified instructor on warfare tactics, defensive tactics, shoot house operations, SWAT/URBAN tactics, and tactical rifle operations.