After {em Fermi/} launched in 2008, it has revolutionized gamma-ray pulsar astronomy, by enabling the discovery of many new millisecond pulsars (MSPs). The {em Fermi/} Pulsar Search Consortium (PSC) has organized hundreds of radio observations of pulsar-like Large Area Telescope (LAT) unassociated gamma-ray sources. In less than 3 years, the PSC has discovered 44 new MSPs. These new discoveries number more than all MSPs in the first 20 years (from 1982 to 2002) of MSP searching combined. Notably, among the 44 new MSPs, there are at least 10  “black widows” and 4 “redbacks” (the rare populations of eclipsing pulsar binaries).

As one of the PSC radio telescopes, the Green Bank Telescope (GBT) has, outstandingly, helped uncover 25 new MSPs. Here we report the properties and timing analysis of the 2 MSPs most recently discovered with the GBT: PSR $J0621+25$ and PSR $J2042+02$. By searching more {em Fermi/} unassociated sources from the LAT 1-year, 2-year and soon 3-year Point Source Catalog, the GBT will almost certainly discover additional MSPs. The newly discovered MSPs will provide more potential additions to the pulsar timing arrays (like NANOGrav) as well as improve the understanding of MSP formation and evolution.