Ronald Fowlkes is a former team member of St. Louis SWAT and Marine Corps of the United States. He has been involved in developing and delivering top quality security gears for more than two decades now to security departments. He was an effective IWT Group manager in charge of Business Development and Military Products Sales before he joined FirstSpear Group. As the Eagle Industries Business Development Manager, Fowlkes enhanced coordination together with professional users from various departments such as the Military and Law Enforcement communities.
Fowlkes became passionate about the military at a very early age and this influenced him to become a Marine. He submitted his first application to the Marine Corps when he was about ten years old. He completed his high school education when he was 17 years old and joined the Corps two weeks later. He then joined the Police Force and later got into business where he is the head manager of Eagles Industries Unlimited. The Eagles Industries Unlimited company supplies products and gears related to commercial law enforcement. He partnered with some other like-minded Americans when he was starting FirstSpear, a company well known for quality law enforcement gears and items.
Though a busy man, Fowlkes never lacks ample time for his son. He creates time to play hockey with his son since it’s one of the dearest sports for his son. Fowlkes has a medium blog he uses to address various hockey issues and update people on the American hockey teams. While in the army, Ronald went through different learning institutions to scale his academic records higher. He became a U.S marine after joining the Infantry Marine Corps School in 1989. During his four-year service as a marine, he took part in Gulf War and got promoted twice because of his leadership qualities and excellent tactical skills. Fowlkes got profound organization and engineering skills, which made him a reliable role model to the youthful men who joined his company.
Having served in the marines and U.S troops, he decided to return to his St. Louis Missouri home. For ten years, he served the Metropolitan Police Department of St. Louis, as the Hostage Rescue Team leader. His vast knowledge and experience helped him to combat gang activities in the community and left the local town greatly improved. Everyone in the community has immense appreciation and respect for him for the way he offered his community, country, and family protection.
He participated in minor parachute operations while at a company that dealt with air gunfire liaison. He had successful naval and air gunfire missions due to the reconnaissance skills he had attained. Fowlkes is a man who knew how to effectively use both the non-encrypted and encrypted radios of different types. The experience he gained with a MULE laser designator is undeniable.