Ronald Fowlkes also referred to as Ronnie Fowlkes, is a hardworking, honorable man from Missouri with extensive business management knowledge and strength earned from protecting the United States. Fowlkes has a long list of achievements he has racked up from working for Eagle Industries Unlimited and putting his life on the line to keep America free.
Fowlkes works on a lot of different tasks for Eagle Industries Unlimited. He has been with the company since 2008. Fowlkes spends some of his time calling customers in different parts of the world to check up on how they are doing. Fowlkes makes sure all his customers are satisfied and he occasionally asks for feedback about how the company is doing. He also educates more than one hundred personnel on the mission statement of the company. Other than that, he tests the companies website for errors and seeks out improvements.
Fowlkes has traveled a lot as you might imagine. He has spent many years working outside of the United States. Fowlkes was deployed in Iraq as a Department of Defense Contractor with the US Army. He spends some of his free time teaching the young army recruits about CQB and hostage rescue, post-blast analysis, evidence collection, and the questioning of captured enemies.
Fowlkes spent thirteen years working as a police officer for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and ST. Louis County Police Department. Seven of those thirteen years he received a job promotion to work for the St. Louis Metropolitans HRT Team. Since he took a leadership role within the police department in 2003, he is well educated in everything related to firearm tactics, defensive moves, and explosives. Fowlkes has taught several young police trainees how to defend themselves in a dangerous situation.
He has investigated almost every single crime you can commit. Fowlkes has cracked down on illegal gun sales and the movement of illegal substances.
Fowlkes is a respected war veteran. He served in the United States Marine Corps for four years from 1989 to 1993. Fowlkes was promoted more than once and he is looked as a veteran of the First Gulf War.
While he was with 1st ANGLICO he took part in several parachute missions. Some were air missions and others were overseas. Fowlkes spent time work with a handful of different laser technologies.