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Aerial view of the coastal launch range of Wallops Flight Facility, showing a blue Atlantic Ocean on the right; white buildings along a tan coastline back up to a green, marshy landscape
An aerial photograph of the NASA Goddard Visitor Center, with white and brick rectangular buildings peeking out from among dense green trees behind a tall white rocket. The rocket stands in the center of a tan paved circle and is shaped like a pencil with a long, slim tower and a slight bulge at the top. Several smaller red, white, and yellow rockets are displayed on their sides around the paved circle, with another rocket standing in a smaller, white paved circle near the trees.

Goddard Medical and Environmental Management Division

The Goddard Medical and Environmental Management Division (MEMD) (Code 250)

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News and Events

March 15, 2024 – The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 3 have completed the third five-year review for the ongoing remedial (environmental cleanup) actions at the Former Fire Training Area and Waste Oil Dump located at NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, VA. The purpose of the Review is to ensure that these remedial actions continue to protect human health and the environment. The Final Third Five-Year Review Report and information sheet are available at the Wallops Restoration Program website at:

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Environmental Programs

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Human Health

Occupational Health Programs

Occupational Medical, EAP, Fitness and Lactation Programs