Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaThe Hill's 12:30 Report — Sponsored by Delta Air Lines — Frenzy over Kennedy retirement rumors | Trump challenges DOJ Obamas ink multiyear deal with Netflix Al Sharpton: Royal wedding shows white supremacy is ‘on its last breath' MORE is teaming up with Bradley Cooper to chat with workers who offer support to military families.

The first lady and the “American Hustle” actor, who is poised to star as a real-life Navy SEAL in the upcoming movie, “American Sniper,” are calling military family support personnel on Wednesday, according to the White House.

The pair will “thank the Support Personnel for their continued service to military families,” the White House said.

The conference call is part of Obama’s “Joining Forces” initiative, a campaign aimed at aiding military families, which she launched with Jill Biden in 2011.

Cooper was one of several entertainers who appeared alongside Obama in a 2012 public service announcement to support military veterans.