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With their recent marketing campaign1 (figure 1), JUUL joins a long tradition of tobacco companies targeting the US military and veteran population.1–6 JUUL advertises their electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) with testimonial endorsements from military veterans (figure 2),2 claims to support veteran service organisations (figure 3),1 as well as offers discounts (ie, a $1 starter pack) to military and veterans (figure 4).3 Perhaps most concerning, although e-cigarettes are not currently approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a cigarette cessation tool,7 JUUL claims their product, ‘offers servicemen and first responders the tools to succeed at switching’.1
These marketing tactics are not …