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CAPE COD AIR FORCE STATION, Mass. -- Construction of two wind turbines at Joint Base Cape Cod, Mass., is nearing completion. Formerly known as the Massachusetts Military Reservation, or MMR, JB Cape Cod will now be home to a total of five wind turbines. The first was constructed in 2009 to offset the cost of electricity associated with eight groundwater pump and treat systems. The second and third turbines were added in 2011 and offset 100 percent of the power needed for the environmental cleanup. The newest wind turbines are expected to be complete by December 2013 and will offset electric costs for a PAVE PAWS radar facility on the property. (U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Mellin)

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New wind turbines

CAPE COD AIR FORCE STATION, Mass. -- Construction of two wind turbines at Joint Base Cape Cod, Mass., is nearing completion. Formerly known as the Massachusetts Military Reservation, or MMR, JB Cape Cod will now be home to a total of five wind turbines. The first was constructed in 2009 to offset the cost of electricity associated with eight groundwater pump and treat systems. The second and third turbines were added in 2011 and offset 100 percent of the power needed for the environmental cleanup. The newest wind turbines are expected to be complete by December 2013 and will offset electric costs for a PAVE PAWS radar facility on the property. (U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Mellin)

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