In this photo taken Friday, Feb. 11, 2011, a crew member patrols on the USS Charlotte, a nuclear powered attack submarine, at the Yokosuka Naval Base, south of Tokyo. As of January all submarines in the U.S. Navy are officially smoke free, and it's been a tense transition. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)
In this photo taken Friday, Feb. 11, 2011, a crew member patrols on the USS Charlotte, a nuclear powered attack submarine, at the Yokosuka Naval Base, south of Tokyo. As of January all submarines in the U.S. Navy are officially smoke free, and it's been a tense transition. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)
published Monday, February 14th, 2011
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YOKOSUKA, Japan — As if life on a submarine wasn’t already stressful enough, with its cramped quarters, long work hours and weeks at sea, thousands of smokers on the U.S. Navy’s submarine fleet recently got an unwelcome ultimatum from Uncle Sam.

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