ARLINGTON, Texas -- When he was sent to Vietnam in 1970, Travis Dorsey quickly picked up a smoking habit.
As the stress of being in a war zone took its toll, Dorsey found comfort in cigarettes.
"They started giving them to us with our meals, they called them C-rations, and the next thing you know I was buying them," Dorsey told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (http://bit.ly/1cXO5HL). "I didn't drink. I didn't do drugs. The cigarette helped me deal with the stress during the day."
Life hasn't been easy for Dorsey since returning, and through it all he has continued to smoke.