Roland Fowlkes lives in St, Louis, Missouri, in the United States of America. Roland Fowlkes enjoys his work and has accomplished many things during his many years of extensive work history in Law Enforcement and the military. He is a Business Development Manager of Law Enforcement and Commercial products for Eagle Industries Unlimited. Roland Fowlkes is responsible for contacting customers nationwide and provides product education to over 150 sales personnel, and selection for development and sale.
Roland Fowlkes was employed as a Defense Contractor in Iraq with the United States Army, working as a Department of Defense Contractor with JIEDDO (Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization.) Roland Fowlkes duties included mounted and dismounted infantry operations in a combat zone, and he instructed U.S. Military personnel how to be tactical when questioning captured and detained individuals.
Ronald Fowlkes worked with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for 10 years, and 3 years with the St. Louise County Police Department, with over 13 years experience in law enforcement. Roland Fowlkes specializes in Law Enforcement and Commercial products. Roland background is quite extensive with many years of experience.
Roland Fowlkes was employed on the Louis Metropolitans HRT Team. In 2003 Roland Fowlkes became a team leader and became a certified instructor in tactical rifle, short house, defensive tactics, and SWAT/URBAN warfare tactics.
As an employee at the Louis Metropolitians HRT Team, Roland was responsible for investigating the activities of gangs, their illegal possession of guns, hostage incidents, and the trafficking of illegal narcotics brought into the cities most violent neighborhoods. Roland himself initiated the investigations into these illegal high-risk activities.
Roland Fowlkes is a veteran of the First Gulf War. He was promoted twice while serving in the United States Marine Corps from 1989-1993. Ronald Fowlkes received his military training while at the Marine Combat Training at the Marine Corps of Infantry. He also took a Basic Engineer course, ANGLICO (Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company). He took a basic course at the U.S. Army Parachute School where he earned his advance Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia and NSWF combat Driver School.
Ronald Fowlkes served with 1st ANGLICO which included conducting small unit parachute operations which included reconnaissance, air and naval gunfire missions and the use of many different types of radios such as encrypted and non-encrypted. He also used a (MULE) laser designator.
When Roland Fowlkes is not working he spends his time coaching his son’s hockey team or involves himself in some type of sports.