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To encourage both Airmen and Soldiers to quit the use of tobacco as a New Year's resolution, the Health and Wellness Center at Langley Air Force Base,Va., teamed up with the American Lung Association to create a program where participants may attend a one-hour seminar on smoking cessation. To promote continuing the healthy behavior they have learned, participants then call the ALA each week for 12 weeks to report progress, which is then e-mailed to the HAWC. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kimberly Nagle/Released)
130904-F-XR514-107.JPG Photo By: Airman st Class Kimberly NagleReleased

To encourage both Airmen and Soldiers to quit the use of tobacco as a New Year's resolution, the Health and Wellness Center at Langley Air Force Base,Va., teamed up with the American Lung Association to create a program where participants may attend a one-hour seminar on smoking cessation. To promote continuing the healthy behavior they have learned, participants then call the ALA each week for 12 weeks to report progress, which is then e-mailed to the HAWC. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kimberly Nagle/Released)


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