Just days after the Army, Navy, and Air Force announced their Exchanges would no longer sell e-cigarette products, two active-duty soldiers are being treated for vaping-related lung illnesses, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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If you're a soldier, sailor or airman who enjoys taking way-too-long drags of your JUUL while on duty, then you may want to vape 'em while you've got 'em, because at the end of the month the Army, Air Force and Navy will be putting the kibosh on e-cigarette sales at base exchanges.

So far, only the Marines have yet to make a decision on whether or not they'll ban the sale of e-crayons, err, we mean e-cigarettes and vaping accessories on base.

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Bin Laden? No biggie. Syrian airfields? Please.

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Assocaited Press photo by Marko Drobnjakovic

Well, vape ‘em if you’ve got ‘em. Quickly.

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