Law enforcement, especially in the area of the defense sector, is considered as one of the toughest jobs on the earth due to the challenges the role faces in day-to-day life. It is not a job which majority of the people can even think about it as there are requirements to serve in combat zones, difficult terrain, dealing with different types of people, and more. However, there are a few people who love these challenges and outclass others in the role. Ronald Fowlkes is a representative of such people who love to take up challenges and produce results.
Ronald is serving as the Business Development Manager at Eagle Industries Unlimited with responsibilities including commercial products and law enforcement. Eagle Industries is one of the leading producers of military equipment, homeland security products, solutions for law enforcement agencies, and more. In his role, Fowlkes takes the responsibilities of product education, development of products including sales, connecting with the customers across the country, and more. Before the current role, he worked as a defense contractor for JIEDDO in Iraq as part of the US Army. His responsibilities related to the role on those days included mounting and dismounting of infantry operations in the war zones.
Apart from that, Fowlkes also had to instruct tactical operations, evidence collections, post-blast analysis, CQB as well as hostage rescue, and tactical interrogations of people to the military personals of the United States. He bears nearly 13 years of expertise in the law enforcement as well by collaborating with the police department of St. Louis Metropolitan area for ten years and three years with the St. Louis County. During the years, he was also been part of HRT team of Metropolitan area force. After being promoted as a Team Leader in 2003, Fowlkes became a certified instructor in defense tactics, SWAT warfare tactics, shoot house, tactical rifle, urban tactics, and more.
He and the team were also responsible for managing the high-risk entries, including hostage incidents, barricaded subjects, and more, and it averaged 250+ each year. While not into active operations, the team was also led many investigations into gang activities, trafficking of narcotics to some of the violent neighborhoods, illegal possession of arms, and more. Additionally, it also acted as Civil Disobedient Team and WMD Response Team as part of its responsibilities.
The career of Ronald Fowlkes started when he started serving the country as a member of US Marine Corps during the period 1989-1993. His hard work and professionalism helped him to be promoted two times during the period and even participated in the First Iraq War. Fowlkes completed his Marine Combat Training as well as basic engineering course while being part of the Marine Corps unit of the country.