Requirements (Policy, Programs, Practices, Resources)



materials and programs to include information and programs like unit awards for tobacco free lifestyles (e.g., 72-hour pass liberty, etc…). This assessment as well as new promotional programs will need to be sensitive to the need of Base commanders to work with local unions and develop similar promotional programs for civilian employees.

B.3. Promote the benefits of being a nonsmoker and provide tobacco counteradvertising using Public Affairs and other military media.

B.3. Report the percentage of Public Affairs offices providing tobacco counteradvertising

B.3. Assess the existence and extent of Public Affairs offices’ efforts to conduct counteradvertising for tobacco use. (For example, articles and campaigns that include benefits of being tobacco free, the availability of smoking cessation programs, and the harmful effects of tobacco use.)

B.3.1. Assess current policy and compliance on Services’ commercial solicitation as it relates to tobacco products, (For example advertising, promotion, and donations.).

C.1 Decrease accessibility and availability of tobacco products through pricing and smoking area and tobacco use restrictions.

C.1. Report the percentage of policy changes implemented at 1 year.

C.1. Assess the Service policies and compliance with State/local laws restricting tobacco use where those community standards are more restrictive than DoD policy.



C.1.1. Review Service policies and practices on prohibiting

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