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DoD encourages servicemembers to quit smoking
Tuesday - 12/28/2010, 10:57am EST
The DoD Alcohol and Tobacco Advisory Committee says tobacco use impairs military readiness and results in serious health problems for service members.
The Air Force Times reports DoD is encouraging people to take advantage of tobacco cessation programs offered through TRICARE.
DoD says it's sending the message to quit, not just to active-duty military but also veterans and their families.
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