A History of thorough tactical training and law enforcement experience leads Ronald Fowlkes to take on responsibilities as Partner and Director of Business Development for innovative tactical equipment company FirstSpear.
Ronald Fowlkes knows first hand what it means to rely upon quality tactical gear and equipment for safety and security. Ronald Fowlkes is a graduate of Army Jump school, and proudly served in the Marines before going on to work in SWAT and Law Enforcement. Ronald Fowlkes remembers first being introduced to FirstSpear while serving as a Marine. He recalls his first experiences with this gear as being compelling and impressive. FirstSpear was well designed and highly functional, even under the most rigorous of conditions. He is involved today in the development, design and distribution of this revolutionary new tactical equipment only offered by First Spear.
What is Ronald Fowlkes most proud of now for the future of First Spear?
Ronald Fowlkes fully stands behind his product. He knows it works, and that it is the best in the business. He knows because he used it, and relied upon its functionality himself. As the future develops more extensive technology, FirstSpear focuses more on the Type 1 Operator for importance in weight, Laser cutting, and new advances in tube technologies. Frequently called the Ferrari or Gucci of the tactical world, Ronald Fowlkes could not be more pleased to back this quality American made product. FirstSpear is currently commissioned by NATO, as well as Law enforcement agencies on both the local and state levels nationwide.
What does Ronald Fowlkes enjoy doing with his free time?
The Marines taught Ronald Fowlkes the value of putting his thoughts down on pen and paper and daily journal writing. He is a serious sports and hockey fan, and you can read his blog on medium.com. He believes in family first, and enjoys spending quality time with his family and he has fun coaching his Kids youth hockey team.
Ronald Fowlkes blogs about major happenings in the world of Hockey.
It may have taken more than 14 years, but Jeff Glass is looking like he is with the NHL to stay. Appearing in a total of six games since making his debut with the Blackhawks on December 29, 2017, Jeff Glass earned his first NHL victory after allowing three goals on 45 shots, ultimately defeating the the Edmonton Oilers. It looks as if this victory insures that Glass has a roster spot with the Blackhawks for the rest of the year. This might just be what the oldest rookie in the NHL deserves after persevering in the minor leagues and Russia for so long.
Ronald Fowlkes writes with passion about Hockey, and about the current heroes of the game at: https://email@example.com