Louis M. Seeman was trained and taught at the Curtiss School of Aviation in San Diego, CA, until being commissioned as a 2nd
Lieutenant for the U.S. Army Air Service, where he saw service in WWI.
Louis Marsellis Seeman, a World War I veteran, was born June 13, 1888. He received a diploma from the Curtiss School of Aviation
in San Diego, CA, on April 8, 1916, and received his Fédération Aéronautique Internationale certificate April 12 of that year.
During this time until his graduation from the U.S. School of Military Aeronautics November 3, 1917, he worked for the Glen
L. Martin Company as a plane motor mechanic. He was subsequently commissioned as a Second Lieutenant for the U.S. Army Air
Service, serving in the in the Aviation Section of the American Expeditionary Forces in France. He was honorably discharged
in 1919 and passed away in Whittier, CA, on January 1, 1978.