NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center: Space Flight Awareness Program
NASA’s Space Flight Awareness (SFA) program has played an important role in human spaceflight safety for over 40 years beginning with the Apollo Program. It has served as one of NASA’s best incentives in recognizing exemplary achievements in quality, safety, and mission success.
SFA has recognized the exceptional achievements of civil servants and contractors who have made significant contributions to the space shuttles’ safe return to flight and in sustaining the International Space Station and our expedition crews. Throughout the challenges of the past few years, SFA has permeated NASA’s human spaceflight program with a renewed and strengthened consciousness of the importance of teamwork, excellence, and diligence to flight safety.
Awards under the Space Flight Awareness program include the Honoree Award, Silver Snoopy Award, Team Award, Leadership Award, and Flight Safety Award. For information on the awards and their criteria, visit the main SFA Web site at http://jsc.sfa.nasa.gov
All SFA award nominations are to be submitted on NASA Form 1738 (Download Word Document
). E-mail completed nomination forms to Amy Pruett, Goddard’s SFA national panel member, at Amy.E.Pruett@nasa.gov
Call for Nominations
Nominations for SFA’s STS-125 Honoree Award and Silver Snoopy Award must be e-mailed by 5 p.m. to Amy.E.Pruett@nasa.gov
on Wednesday, April 22, 2009 for consideration.
For additional information on the SFA program, e-mail Amy Pruett in the Office of Communications at Amy.E.Pruett@nasa.gov