While watching this video animation of Orion EFT-1, a question occurred to me. Previous capsules (Apollo, Gemini, Mercury) were used once and then relegated to museums (apart from a few test flight articles). The Space Shuttle was, by design, reusable, even if it never lived up to its initial economic projections.
Could individual Orion capsules be reconditioned and launched again?
EDIT: The Space.com article referenced by TildalWave talks about Orion re-usability in a general way, but I'm hoping someone can dig up somewhat more official references and/or provide greater detail, such as what processes might be required before sending the capsule on its second mission, how many times it could practically be used, etc.