Title: Aerospace Engineer
Company: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Location: Huntsville, Alabama, United States
David S. Greeson, Aerospace Engineer at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in aerospace engineering.
Growing up during the Apollo Space Mission era, Mr. Greeson became inspired to pursue a career in the aerospace industry after watching the first astronauts walk on the moon. Following his passion, he received a Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 1985. Backed by nearly 40 years of field experience, Mr. Greeson has flourished as an aerospace engineer with the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center since 2008. He is currently assigned to the Mission & Fault Management group for the Human Landing System (HLS) and Space Launch System (SLS), working on functional fault analysis, abort effectiveness analysis, safing, false-positive analysis, and detailed verification objectives. Likewise, Mr. Greeson’s specialties include fault management, functional analysis of vehicles and avionics, trade studies, and technical team leadership.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Greeson served as a space systems engineer at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory from 2006 to 2008 and as a systems engineer at L3 Technologies from 2000 to 2006. Between 1994 and 2000, he was a project risk manager at the Futron Corporation, a proposal management consultant at Steven Myers & Associates, an avionics systems engineer at Lear Astronics/BAE Systems and a member of technical staff at Dynacs, Inc. In the earlier years of his career, Mr. Greeson was a space systems engineer at McDonnell Douglas, Martin Marietta Corporation, and SAIC, as well as an aerospace engineering co-op at IBM and the U.S. Air Force Civil Service. Attributing his career success to a passion for American space exploration, Mr. Greeson looks forward to easing into a well-deserved retirement. Presently, he maintains membership with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
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