Ronald Fowlkes is a resident of the City of the Arch, St. Louis, Missouri. He presently works with Eagle Industries Unlimited and is in charge of Business Development Manager. Furthermore, “Ronnie” Fowlkes, as known by his friends, is a primary mover for Eagle Unlimited, in being knowledgeable and experienced in handling tactical products for commercial law enforcement.
Eagle Industries Unlimited specializes in tactical gear, and “Ronnie” Fowlkes is the go-to person when clients like to speak to someone regarding purchasing tactical equipment for their needs. Ronald Fowlkes is better known as the teacher among more than 150 of his co-workers, and he makes sure they know the ins and outs of latest tactical gear at Eagle Industries Unlimited.
Eagles Unlimited Industries also advances the product line of tactical gear by offering new equipment ongoingly. Fowlkes handles product selection which in turn is being provided to Eagles Unlimited many clients. Eagles Unlimited operates out of Fenton, Mo. Ronald Fowlkes has been with Eagles Unlimited since 2008 and has helped the company reflect the qualities of excellence in many ways. Eagles Unlimited offers many types of tactical gear. Among them are: armor carriers, chest rigs, hydration, packs, bags, pouches and pockets, slings and holsters. To find out more about Eagles Unlimited Industries, please visit or call.
Ronald Fowlkes served in the United States Marines Corps from 1989-1993. A veteran of the First Gulf War, Ronald Fowlkes was promoted twice during his service. His advanced training in parachute school, engineering, gunfire, combat training and the Marine Corps School of Infantry, makes Ronald Fowlkes the perfect candidate and instructor for those who handle and sale tactical equipment.
Besides his extensive training in the armed service Ronald Fowlkes has worked closely with the US Army as a DOD contractor in mount/dismount operations for infantry with Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO).
Lastly, Ronald Fowlkes has 10 years of law enforcement experience with the Saint Louis Police Department. As head of the Human Rescue Team (HRT), while serving in the Saint Louis Metropolitan area Police Department he became a certified instructor in tactical rifle use, SWAT and defense tactics, helping to complete more than 250 highly risky hostage incidents.
Ronald Fowlkes is an avid follower of sports and follows the development and performance of the US Olympic Teams closely. In fact, Ronald Fowlkes is an avid hockey fan and coaches in the youth league.