Ronald Fowlkes has held many positions and has operated under various job titles over the years. However, in recent years his most important titles would include being the Business Developer Manager for Law Enforcement and the overseer of Commercial merchandises for Eagle Industries Unlimited.
Under that description, he manages to answer calls and provide information to customers around the nation. He also gives product education to over 150 sales staff and product selection guidance for improvement in sales.
In today’s article, we are going to talk a little bit about Eagle Industries and Ronald Fowlkes’s military and law enforcement background.
About Eagle Industries
Eagle Industries is a manufacturing company that makes nylon garments and equipment for tactical services. Currently, it distributes 5,000 different products which include load-carrying, equipment, weapon transport gear, strategic assault vests, holsters, and personal gear carriers.
This corporation’s consumers are mostly the military, privatized agencies and law enforcement companies in the U.S. and internationally. The company has nearly 2,300 employees.
Ronald Fowlkes’s Start
Ronald Fowlkes served in the U.S.A. Marine Corps from 1989-1993 where he was promoted twice and There he became a veteran of the First Gulf War.
Fowlkes started his career in the law enforcement sector by working at Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization as a Department of Defense Contractor in Iraq with the US Army. His responsibilities involved mounting and dismounting army procedures in a combat zone. He taught U.S. Military individuals in tactical situations, CQB (Close quarters battle), hostage rescue and many other battlefield tactics.
He has more than 13-years of law enforcement experience St. Louis, MO. He spent 10-years with the Metropolitan Police Department and 3-years with the County Police Department.
For the remaining of those 7-years with the Metropolitan Police Department, he was on the Hostage Rescue Team.
In 2003, Fowlkes became a unit leader and a certified instructor in defensive strategies, tactical rifle, shoot house and SWAT URBAN hostilities tactics.
Becoming the leader of that unit would include overseeing the necessity to respond to nearly 250+ high-risk cases every year such as barricaded persons and hostage situations. The tactical unit was also required to start investigations into gang activity, illegal possession of firearms and illegal drug trafficking in the areas commonly known for being violent.