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Airman's Roll Call: Quit tobacco

This week's Airman's Roll Call offers Airmen who smoke a new resource to help them quit tobacco.  (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Luke Borland)

This week's Airman's Roll Call offers Airmen who smoke a new resource to help them quit tobacco. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Luke Borland)

SAN ANTONIO -- This week's Airman's Roll Call offers Airmen who smoke a new resource to help them quit.

The Web site, Quit Tobacco -- Make Everyone Proud, is an educational tool sponsored by Department of Defense officials to help servicemembers quit, both for themselves and for the people they care about.

There are some sobering statistics offered by the American Lung Association and highlighted in this Airman's Roll Call that reinforce the need to stop using tobacco including the fact that more than 430,000 Americans die every year from smoking-related diseases.

For more information about quitting tobacco, read this week's Airman's Roll Call.

Airman's Roll Call is designed for supervisors at all levels to help keep Airmen informed on current issues, clear up confusion, dispel rumors and provide additional face-to-face communication.

To subscribe to an e-mail version of the product, visit www.af.mil/subscribe. Airman's Roll Call is one of 30 featured Air Force products that can be received via e-mail.