NAVY TIMES, April 28, 2003 edition has a story on Bushnell's TURTLE. Some Naval Academy midshipmen designed a replica of the Revolutionary War TURTLE. It was tested in the tank in the basement of Rickover Hall. Modern hydrodynamics, in the form of pink testing ribbons attached to the smooth wood hull, showed the craft's rudder wouldn't steer it. The replica was built by a non profit group called Handshouse Studios in Boston. To pay for construction costs, Handshouse contracted with Windfall Films of London. The TURTLE construction project will be one segment of a 4-part historical technology series scheduled to air on the Discovery Channel. It should be an interesting show. The testing at Annapolis showed the Turtle to be a functioning submersible.