Karen Pence, the wife of Vice President Mike Pence, is celebrating Women's History Month by honoring military spouses.

Pence is scheduled to attend a reception honoring military spouses at Naval Air Station Meridian in Mississippi today.

Spouses of active-duty sailors stationed at the base are scheduled to attend, as are spouses of Mississippi National Guard members.

The Second Lady joined the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts this morning to discuss the event and the humbling sacrifice made by our service members and their families.

Pence, whose son is a Marine currently flight training at the base, said that people often come up to her and thank her for her family's sacrifice.

"My sacrifice is nothing compared to what our military spouses do," Pence said. "And it's a humbling thing to see their willingness to move every year, to change jobs, change communities, change schools for their children and support their loved one who's deployed."

She said one of the topics she will be discussing at Meridian today is the importance of military spouses using the available resources and support groups.

"It's not easy for them," Pence said. "I just honor all of them. I'm so grateful that these women are willing to support our men and women in uniform."

Watch more above, and see "Fox & Friends Weekend" celebrate National Medal of Honor Day.


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