How Ronald Fowlkes Has Served During His Career

Ronald Fowlkes has served in a number of ways. He became a Marine in 1989 and served until 1993. He says he received rigorous training during this time and was taught to be self-disciplined. He also learned how to be an effective time manager and the value of working hard. He says when he was in boot camp it was all about tearing down each soldier and removing each new recruits individuality. While he was in infantry school he learned all about weaponry such as maintaining it and how to properly shoot. It was during this that personal performance was encouraged, he says.

Originally he had planned on staying in the Marines for 20 years however after serving in Desert Storm he decided to get out. He didn’t agree with how that war was handled and that Baghdad wasn’t taken. Ronald Fowlkes joined the police force and was soon on a SWAT team where he was a tactician. After several years he decided to enter business and he now works for First Spear Tactical which is a company that supplies gear for the armed services, police forces, and civilians. He is the manager of business development where he focuses on the growth of this firm.

Ronald Fowlkes also volunteers his time for the hockey team his son is on. He takes care of the equipment and trains the team members off-ice. He says he enjoys this and is proud to be a mentor to these younger people.