The term "Household Six" is used by military members to refer to their spouse. Household 6 runs things at home not only every day but also while their spouse is away during deployments, TDYs, and training. Often raising the couple's children alone, handling PCSes alone, and anything where a POA is needed for their spouse. The name originated in two parts, Household for where the spouse spends most of their time, and 6 is a designation for a commander of a Company/Troop, Battalion/Squadron, Brigade/Regiment, Division or Corps.
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