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Justin Beckerman, 18, built his own one-man submarine

Justin Beckerman, 18, a junior at Mendham High School, floats in his one-man submarine, outside his family’s property on Lake Hopatcong, with a little help from his father, Ken. Justin spent six months designing it and five months building it, which he just completed.

Justin Beckerman, 18, a junior at Mendham High School, is all smiles as he lowers the lid on his one-man submarine at Lake Hopatcong, as he does a float test Wednesday.

Justin Beckerman, 18, a junior at Mendham High School, checks out his control panel on his one-man submarine, which he spent six months designing and five months building at Lake Hopatcong.

Justin Beckerman, 18, a junior at Mendham High School, tows out his one-man submarine, for a little float test on Lake Hopatcong, with his father, Ken. He is showing it to representatives from Stevens Institute of Technology on Saturday afternoon.

Justin Beckerman, 18, and his father, Ken, lower Justin’s one-man submarine into the water at Lake Hopatcong for a float test.

Justin Beckerman, 18, a junior at Mendham High School, prepares to test his one-man submarine, as he makes a few adjustments while it’s parked in his garage on Lake Hopatcong.

Justin Beckerman, 18, a junior at Mendham High School, makes a few adjustments to the control panel on his one-man submarine, parked in garage on Lake Hopatcong.

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