Ronald Fowlkes, St. Louis Missouri dweller, is in charge of law enforcement and commercial products in the Eagle Industries Corporation. He joined the company in 2008 July and specializes in a wide range of services and managing several aspects in the company including; commercial products, law enforcement, sale, development product selection and product education for more than 150 salespersons. Eagle Industry corporation is an ATK branch that is located in Fenton Mo. It specializes in sporting and security with over 30 years of experience in sporting application and military innovation. This company is a trusted one in the strategic market and also provides excellence products to experts like shooting enthusiast in the sports field, law enforcement, tactical markets and global military. The company also manufactures sports shooting and optic accessories and reloading gears.
Ronald Fowlkes is not only proficient in the area of tactical gears, but he has also worked in the exhaustive and massive field of the law enforcement. Under law enforcement Ronald Fowlkes worked for the St. Louise police under metropolitan for ten years. For seven years in the department he worked with the team specializing with Human Rescue and in the year 2003, he became the team leader with authorities to instruct tactical rifle, defense tactics, shoot house, URBAN or SWAT tactics. The team he was in charge of, worked with over 250 precarious entries, barricaded subjects, and several hostages incidences. When the team was not working, they had engaged themselves in violent and high risks zones and also conducted investigations on numerous issues such as illegal drug trafficking and unlawful possession of drugs.
Ronald Fowlkes was also part of the marine corps of the United States from the year 1989 to the year 1993. He received two promotions in this work due to his diligence and hard work. He is also a first war Gulf veteran. In these services with the US he attended several pieces of training and colleges among them are the United States Parachute School, the Parachute Insignia of Navy-Marine Corps, training of the basics in engineering, Infantry school of the Marine Corps where he got in-depth training in Marine Combat and also the Naval Special Warfare Foundation in the combat diving practice. With 13 years of experience in the law enforcement sector, Ronald Fowlkes works for the US military as an instructor in the field of tactical operation, hostage rescue, post-blast and CBQ analysis, evidence collection and questioning persons who have been previously detained.
Ronald Fowlkes is an enthusiastic fan of the hockey game, and he also trains a youth association in hockey. He occasionally writes about the National Hockey League.