If you could ask two of the military's most senior spouses anything, what would it be?
So much of military life is about building on the advice of those who have been there and done that. Sure, there are military life advice books and plenty of helpful articles on Military.com to get you through almost every sticky situation, but there is just something extra useful about hearing from someone who has been there, done that.
How did they do it? How did they survive? What is their most useful advice?
Next month I'll be asking questions of the Army's most senior spouses, women who have definitely been there and that -- Hollyanne Milley, spouse of the Army chief of staff, and Holly Dailey, spouse of the Sgt. Maj. of the Army -- as part of a panel at the annual Association of the United States Army (AUSA) conference.
But these aren't just going to be all my questions -- you get to ask some, too. From now until October 10, you can submit questions in the form below. I'll pick a few to ask live during the AUSA event October 12 -- and you can watch the live stream of the Q&A session here. We'll post that link in a few weeks, so stay tuned.