Ronald Fowlkes served his country of the United States of America when he joined the Marine Crops in 1989 to 1993. Ronald is a First Gulf War veteran that has already been promoted two times during his time in the Marine Crops, a big honor for people like him that served the Marines.
Ronald endured and courageously passed the Marine Corps School’s Marine Combat Training, and he expanded his non-combat military knowledge with the Basic Engineering course in the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO).
Ronald Fowlkes also learned to be one of the elite and heroic airborne soldiers in the Army Parachute School and through grit and determination, earned his advance Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia and to expand his skills further; he also attended the NSWF Combat Diver School. Ronald has been to numerous high-level missions in the 1st ANGLICO where he performed various tasks in parachute operations such as naval and air gunfire missions through the use of several types of radios that are both non-encrypted and encrypted, as well as using a laser designator (MULE). Ronald Fowlkes also performed reconnaissance missions, and he acquired a very big reputation during such missions.
During his employment working with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) as a Department of Defense Contractor with the United States Army in Iraq, Ronald’s various roles composed of dismounted and mounted infantry combat zone operations. Ronald Fowlkes also trains personnel in the U.S. military in a tactical interrogation of captured and detained dangerous individuals, post-blast analysis, tactical operations, hostage rescue and CQB, and gathering of evidence. Ronald’s experience also expanded to the law enforcement community that has a span of 13 years.
Fowlkes worked with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for ten years and three years with the St. Louis County Police Department. He has trained law enforcement officers in the use of a tactical rifle, defensive tactics, shoot house, and urban/swat tactical warfare. Ronald Fowlkes has an extensive experience in investigating gang activities, illegal narcotics trafficking, and illegal gun possession with the most ruthless neighborhoods in the US. These illegal gun possessions and corrupted traffick has shown that there is a lot of work for people like Ronald Fowlkes to dedicate their time investigating such schemes.
Currently, Ronald Fowlkes is Eagle Industries Unlimited’s Business Development Manager of Law Enforcement. His role in the company is educating more than 150 sales personal on the products of the company, development, product selection, and sale. Eagle Industries manufactures operational nylon equipment and gear for operations that are tactical in nature, such as load-bearing equipment, tactical assault vests, holsters, weapon transport gears, and personal gear carriers. They have great potential and are some of the best tactical assault equipment available.