RONALD FOWLKES: A MAN OF HONOR AND RESPONSBILITY

We often see in movies scenes where an army is involved in warfare and is continuously fighting for either the freedom or safety and protection of a particular country. Working for the state is not an easy job and so as an easy task; it requires great responsibility, agility, intelligence and broad scope of skills and training. One must have vast experience and knowledge to be able to be successful and survive this kind of job. If experience and abilities are to talk about, there is one man for the job, and that is Ronald Fowlkes.

Ronald Fowlkes is currently managing the business flow of the Law Enforcement for Eagles Industries Unlimited. He is responsible for facilitating calls to customers nationwide to give proper education to salespeople and is also accountable for the product flow as an aid for the company’s progress in sales, revenue, and growth. He had 13 years of experience with regards to law enforcement, which gives him the skills and knowledge he uses in his current position today.

Before Ronald Fowlkes position today, he worked with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organizations a Department of Defense Contractor and was sent to Iraq. During this time his primary duties were to mount and dismount attack operations, give instructions to the U.S. Military Personnel in duty, the collection of specific evidence and are also responsible for questioning those individuals who were then sought to remain in the grounds.

In 2003, Ronald Fowlkes was the instructor when it comes to riffle platoon, SWAT/URBAN warfare tactics shoot house, and defensive tactics. His job as a group leader also consists of being alert especially in high-risk opportunities and events. This happens when there are enemies who attack the base without notice, and in a year it occurs in an average of 250 attacks. Aside from this, he is also responsible for all hostage incidents. In a city scope, Ronald Fowlkes’ team was also accountable if specific illegal activities are happening around. These unlawful activities include unlawful gun possession, gang wars, trafficking of harmful drugs and substances in terrifying and violent cities.

Ronald Fowlkes had also served the US Marine Corps for 4 years. He was also considered a veteran of the War and was promoted not just once but twice. He had undergone all the training he needs for him tone that successful with the US Marine Corps. He attended the Marine Corps School to undergo Marine Combat Training and finish a basic engineering course. Aside from this he also had an Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company ( ANGLICO) basic course. These essential activities include surveillance, air, and naval gunfire shooting missions being equipped with a (MULE) laser designator. Also, Fowlkes had attended the United States Army Parachute School and from this gained his advance Navy-Marine Corps Parachute Insignia and the NSWF Combat Driver School.

Given all the credentials of Ronald Fowlkes, we can see that he has gained vast knowledge, skills, and techniques during the time he had served the United States. These skills and techniques will not only be a plus factor for him in the industry he would want to pursue, but these will also remain as sharp memories to him as well as a citizen who used to fight for his country.

 

 

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