But the developers' plans call for the turbines to be turned off well in excess of the amount of time the Navy needs for its testing for a variety of reasons — too much wind, too little wind, issues related to integration with the power grid, and so on. At best, the turbines might tell a foreign power when tests aren't occurring. And in any event, shouldn't we be able to trust the Navy to come to an appropriate conclusion about its own security needs? What Senator Mikulski's budget language does, specifically, is to direct the Navy not to enter into a memorandum of understanding for the project before Congress is briefed on the second phase of the MIT study. Does the Navy really need to be saved from itself?