Ronald Fowlkes Decorated Career Path

Ronald Fowlkes is currently serving at the Eagle Industries Unlimited as the Business Development Manager on Law Enforcement and Commercial Products. Eagle Industries Unlimited provides security services to various companies in need of consultancy services regarding deployment of strategies efficiently. He joined this group in July 2008, and his responsibilities include product education to over 150 salespersons, nationwide calling on customers and product selection for sale and development.

 

Working at JIEDDO

Ronald Fowlkes was previously employed at the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) with the United State as a department of a defense contractor in Iraq. His duties included dismounted and mounted infantry operations in the combat zone. He also instructed military personnel in the tactical questioning of the captured and detained individuals, evidence collection, post-blast analysis, tactical operations, close quarter battles and hostage rescue.

 

His over thirteen years in law enforcement

Ronald has over thirteen years experience in law enforcement. He served ten years at the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department of which seven of them he was attached to the St. Louis Metropolitan HRT Team and the other three St. Louis County police department. He went on to became the leader of the team in the year 2003, and he has since become an attested instructor in defensive tactics, urban warfare tactics, and shoot house and tactical rifle. The Hostage Rescue Team is responsible for all high-risk entries including hostage incidents and barricaded subjects.

 

The HRT team is also responsible for possession of illegal guns, trafficking of illicit drugs and self-initiated investigations into gang activity in the most vicious parts of the city. The team acts as Weapons of Mass Destruction response team and obedient civil team.

 

Ronald Fowlkes Service at the United States Marine Corps

Ronald Fowlkes worked in the United States Marine Corps between 1989 and 1993, and he was promoted twice based on merit. He is a veteran of the First Gulf War. Ronald holds a basic engineer course from the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO), attended the Marine Corps School of Infantry for marine combat training and U.S Army Parachute School. He later earned the advance navy-marine corps parachute insignia. Ronald had also attended Naval Special Warfare Foundation Diver School.

 

During his service at 1st ANGLICO, he had a chance to conduct small unit parachute operations such as the use of MULE laser designator, naval and air gunfire mission using many types of encrypted and non-encrypted radios, and reconnaissance.

 

Ronald extensive background makes him stand out in handling training of various people. He remains an invaluable asset in weaponry and defense because of the rigorous training he received in law enforcement. The training and work hardened him and provided him with the necessary skills for judicious use of weapons and tactical fighting. Working at the Eagles provides him with an opportunity to put into practice these skills.

During his free time, Fowlkes coach his son’s hockey team.