Ronald Fowlkes: Business Development Manager of Eagle Industries

Ronald Fowlkes is the current Business Development Manager and Lew Enforcement head of Eagle Industries Unlimited. His tasks include contacting customers all over the country and giving product seminars to over a hundred personnel involved in sales. Aside from this, he is also responsible for choosing products to be developed and sold in their target market.

 

Mr. Fowkles has an extensive background in tactical and military operations. He was previously employed as a Department of Defense Contractor. His team during that time was working with JIEDDO, otherwise known as Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization. They were based in Iraq, working alongside with the US Army. His work included mounting and dismounting infantry operation within the zone of combat. He was also given the privilege of giving instructions to US Military men during tactical operations, hostage rescue and CQB. His team is also responsible for making decisions regarding analyzing post-blast debris, collecting evidence post-combat and questioning of key individuals that were either detained or captured.

 

The 13 years experience of law enforcement enabled him to use several skills within his current position as a business development manager. He worked for 10 years with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and 3 years with the St. Louis County Police Department. He was also employed by the St. Louis Metropolitans HRT Team.

 

During his many roles in the tactical and military industry, he became a leader in 2003. He trained to become a certified instructor in various fields such as shooting a tactical rifle, shoot house, defensive strategies in combat, and specialized SWAT and URBAN combat tactics. The team that he led and instructed were responsible for high-risk operations, that included 250 cases per year. In most of these instances, the operations were heavily barricaded and often include hostage incidents.

 

During times where his Unit is not engaged in these operations, they are also supervising cases of gang activity, illegal possession of guns and other firearms, as well as drug trafficking. The unit was also called WMD Response Team and Civil Disobedient Team, working their way to fight these crimes.

 

Mr. Ronald Fowkles also become a veteran of the US Marine Corps during the First Gulf War. He served during 1989-1993 and was able to obtain additional training courses on different tactical operations such as parachuting, marine combat training among many others. Mr. Fowkles has been highly skilled in his craft which now uses to develop products for their clients.

 

When off his day job, Mr. Fowkles enjoys writing about his favorite sport, hockey. He is an avid NHL fan, and even volunteers to teach a youth hockey team. He also currently blogs about news on hockey Medium, where he expresses his opinions and shares the latest about NHL.