Ronald Fowlkes is a Business Development Manager who specializes in Law Enforcement and Commercial products for Eagle Industries Unlimited, Inc. He is the epitome of a well-rounded individual with a plethora of experience under his belt that makes him unsurpassable in his current position. In addition to serving his community in law enforcement for 13 years, he also served his country as a United States Marine and is a veteran of the First Gulf War. He ambitiously attended Marine Combat Training at the Marine Corps School of Infantry and completed a basic engineer course in the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO). His desire to expand his skills further led him to attend U.S. Army Parachute School where he earned the advanced Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia. Not one to place limits on himself, he also attended NSWF Combat Diver School and while serving with the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company he conducted small unit parachute operations including reconnaissance, air and naval gunfire missions using numerous types of radios both encrypted and non-encrypted and use of Modular Universal Laser Equipment (MULE).
Because of his background, he has extensive knowledge that makes him a huge asset for Eagle Industries Unlimited, Inc., where he has worked since 2008. Eagle Industries is a leading provider of cutting-edge equipment solutions for both tactical professionals and outdoor enthusiasts alike. They have 30+ years of state-of-the-art product development and manufacturing experience and is one of the most trusted brands in the tactical market. Ronald’s responsibilities with Eagle Industries consists of calling customer’s nationwide, choosing products for development and sale, and provides product education to over 150 sales personnel. He takes pride in his work and goes above and beyond his duties to ensure that all customers are more than satisfied by ensuring they are provided with the highest quality of products available.
On a more personal note, Ronald is equally passionate about his family, his community and his love for hockey. As a matter of fact, when he’s not working, he can typically be found coaching his son’s hockey team. It is rare to find a man who can juggle an active career filled with a multitude of responsibilities, and still find the time to be a positive role model for not only his own son but for others in his community as well.