Major Victor F. Hogan resides in Bethesda, MD with his wife, Major Jasmine Hogan and two sons, Victor and Joshua. He is currently assigned to the Wound Warrior Transition Unit at Walter Reed National Medical Center and plans to retire in June 2017. He is a native of Purvis, MS and graduated from Stillman College with a degree in Business Administration and commissioned from the University of Alabama Reserves Officer Training Program. Upon graduation, he entered military service and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Field Artillery.
Major Hogan’s military education includes the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course, Northern Warfare Training Course, US Army Airborne School, Contract Management (3C certified) and Combined Logistics Captain Career Course. His civilian education includes a Masters of Profession Studies from The George Washington University, Masters of Business Administration, Indiana University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill certificate of Strategic Management, and a graduate of the Masters Negotiations Program from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Major Hogan served in the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team in Alaska, the 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina and the 55th Sustainment Bridge at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Major Hogan deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom several times. Major Hogan is also a Wounded Warrior Project Alumni, and Wounded Warrior Mentor at Walter Reed Wounded Warrior Transition Unit.
Major Hogan learned about the Dog Tag Bakery Fellowship program while attending a veterans seminar at George Washington University. He is excited to expand his knowledge and experience with small businesses and nonprofit organizations. He hopes to use the knowledge gained to explore entrepreneurship opportunities that will help impact veterans with service connected disabilities with their benefits and transition.