Just who is Ronald Fowlkes?

Ronald Fowlkes, a resident of St Louis, Missouri, United States, is currently serving as the Business Development Manager at Eagle Industries Unlimited. At the company, he deals specifically with the sale and marketing of law enforcement products as well as commercial products. His work involves looking for new customers for the company’s products across the whole nation and manages the relationship and communication between the company and its clients.

 

He also conducts training sessions on the company’s pool of more than150 sales personnel where he educates them on the current product offerings of the company, their benefits and teaches them the best approaches of getting customers to purchase these products. He also helps the company to identify new products that it may want to venture into, help them to develop these products and make plans of how they shall get sold. He has served in this position at the company from the year 2008.

 

Fowlkes interest with law enforcement products is understandable because of his history with law enforcement agencies. He was able to serve his country in the Marine Corps between the years 1989 and 1993, a period which saw him being rewarded with promotion two times, as well as standing out as a veteran of the First Gulf War. At the Marine Corps School, he did his Marine Combat Training as well as other courses such as basic engineering skills and the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO) course. At the Parachute School, he learned advanced parachute skills, skills which he came to use when he was serving with 1st ANGLICO to do reconnaissance and air gunfire mission combats.

 

Besides, Fowlkes also served as a consultant with the Department of Defense under the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) in Iraq. His responsibilities included mounted, and foot infantry operations carried out in an enemy combat zone. He got the opportunity of training US military recruits on on-the-job skills required in their activities such as rescuing hostages, evidence collection, tactical combat as well as the interrogation and cross-examination of individuals they capture in an operation.

 

At one point, Ronald got posted at St Louis Metropolitan Police Department during which he worked in the department’s Hostage Rescue Team among others. He got licensed as an instructor on tactical rifle, how to handle house rescue mission, defensive tactics as well as Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT). When he and his team were not on official deployment, they would launch self-initiated investigations into crime-related activities in the cities in their neighborhoods such as illegal possession of guns, the operation of undercover gangs in the cities as well as the smuggling of illicit drugs and narcotics into the cities.

 

Their specialized unit at the department was also responsible for responding to incidences involving weapons of mass destruction as well as cases of civil disobedience. It is these 13 years of service in law enforcement agencies that have given him the insight needed in his current position.

 

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