The military records of Hugo "Huntz" E. Seitz were destroyed in the St Louis records fire. Huntz was awarded Service Pilot wings, since he was a pilot before WWII. He served as a pilot throughout the war. He was qualified in over ten military aircraft including the P-51, P-40, P-39, all the training aircraft since he served as an instructor in Helena, Arkansas and later qualified in C-46 and C-47 aircraft. He was stationed near Calcutta, India and flew the famous "Hump until the end of the war.