Employee Orientation - Marshall Space Flight Center
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WELCOME TO NASA MARSHALL SPACE FLIGHT CENTER!
 
 Welcome to Employee Orientation for new and transferring Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) employees. This site provides the essential information, forms, contacts, and checklists that you will need to begin working at MSFC. Your orientation starts here and will continue with onsite in-processing, briefings, training, and management receptions. To get started, select your employee type from the list above and follow the checklist.
 
 
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Center Director - Robert Lightfoot JrCenter Director - Patrick Scheuermann.

Welcome to NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, a Field Center with an incredible history and an exciting future. Marshall ’s identity accelerated in the 1960s with its role in developing the Saturn vehicle – the rocket that took humans to the moon. In the 1970s, Marshall ’s work in Space Shuttle propulsion brought the Center and its highly specialized workforce continued recognition.
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The Marshall Space Flight Center, a field installation of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, was established in 1960 and named in honor of General George C. Marshall, the Army Chief of Staff during World War II, Secretary of State, and Nobel Prize Winner for his world-renowned "Marshall Plan."
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