The Honorable Victor S. Angry served in the United States Army for over 23 years retiring as a Command Sergeant Major with the distinction of serving as the Command Sergeant Major of the entire Army National Guard. In that position he was responsible for the health, welfare and family of over 368,000 Guardsmen and their families. He has led at every position within the Army from Squad leader, to Platoon Sergeant, to First Sergeant and on to Command Sergeant Major. He has achieved numerous military awards, finishing his career by receiving two Legion of Merits and his military assignments have taken him abroad from Hawaii to Australia and many installations in between with his first military assignment being in Darmstadt, West Germany where he met his bride of over 29 years, Michelle Ray who was a Specialist at the time. Born in Altamonte Springs, Florida, where after graduating from Lyman High School in June 1986, his work ethic was put to the test when he enlisted into the United States Army eighteen months later. It was in the Army where Victor developed a love for leadership, fitness and the commitment to lead and serve others. Victor Angry was the first African American to be assigned as the Command Sergeant Major of the Army National Guard where he was appointed on an interim basis to lead the Enlisted Force during a challenging and changing time in leadership. He was responsible for more than 368,200 Soldiers in all 50 states, 3 territories and the District of Columbia.
After his retirement, he continued his service to others by joining the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department where he has been an active member since 2011. In 2012 he became the Departments Public Education Coordinator where he has been involved in scheduling and participating in over 1,000 events ranging from boy scout and girl scout troop visits to fire stations assisting them with earning their first aid badge or taking a fire truck or ambulance to school visits. He was elected to the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department Board of Directors where he is serving his second four-year term.
He is an unwavering advocate and supporter of all who are working towards improving themselves which is why he started his company, A is for ANGRY LLC. where he places the same enthusiastic energy, he put into working for others, to work for himself doing what he loves to do which is motivating and inspiring others. Through A is for ANGRY, Victor provides Professional Speaking Services that focus on developing Leaders by using the very skills that propelled him into achieving his leadership goals and providing organizational Leadership Training that focus on group improvements through team development.
He places much emphasis on transitioning Veterans into the civilian workforce by providing workshops for members who face the often-challenging shift from the military culture to civilian life as well as civilian organizations that are challenged with understanding military culture to properly assist Veterans in this transition. Victor is a life member of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS), the Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) and the Veterans of Foreign War post 1503. He is a member in good standing of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and a current board member of the Association of the United States Army’s Reserve Component Advisory Board and the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department. He is also a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated the Alexandria-Fairfax Alumni Chapter and the Woodbridge Alumni Chapter.
He is appointed to the following boards and commissions: Alternate member to the Board Audit Committee; Regular at-large representative to the Joint Audit Committee of the County, Government and Schools; Prince William County National Capital Region- Transportation Planning Board Representative to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments; Prince William County representative to the National Association of Counties (NACO); Regular at-large representative to the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC); Prince William County general Government Representative to the Virginia Association of Counties (VACO); alternate representative to Virginia Railway Express Operations Board. He was appointed to the Board of Veterans Services (BVS) by former Governor Terry McAuliffe and continued appointment by the current Governor Ralph Northam.
Supervisor Angry holds a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Central Michigan University; a bachelor’s degree in Justice Administration from Hawaii Pacific University and an Associate degree in Leader Development from Hawaii Pacific University. Victor and Michelle have two children Dominique and Alexxyus, both attended King Elementary, Beville Middle School and graduates of Hylton High school.
Boards and Commissions
Alternate Representative to the Board Audit Committee (BAC) – More Details Click Here
Regular At-Large Representative to the Joint Audit Committee of the County, Government, and Schools – More Details Click Here
Prince William County National Capital Region -Transportation Planning Board Representative to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments – More Details Click Here
Prince William County Representative to the National Association of Counties (NACO) – More Details Click Here
Regular At-Large Representative to the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) – More Details Click Here
Prince William County General Government Representative to the Virginia Association of Counties (VACO) – More Details Click Here
Alternate Representative to Virginia Railway Express Operations Board – More Details Click Here
Prince William County Representative to Replace Supervisor Pete Candland on the Northern Virginia Regional Commission (N, L-Unan) – More Details Click Here
Dale City Volunteer Fire Department (DCVFD) Board of Directors – More Details Click Here
Virginia Board of Veterans Services (BVS) – More Details Click Here