I am trying to do some research on my grandfather who served in World War II. In a records request all we could find was his Final Payment Work Sheet (see attached). I am trying to find anything about where he served, etc. He worked on the railroad his whole life - and I know he did that in the Army. From what I can tell on the worksheet - and from web searching some of the acronyms, it looks like he was in the ASF (Army Service Forces). Also, his station in the end was Fort Douglas, Utah. From what I could tell this was the headquarters for Army Service Forces' Ninth Service Command. I couldn't find much on the web about this Command. Near his name at the top it says "Tec 5". Anyone know what this means" Also, under his name it states: "ASF F W M 365 RR 1-1 X". Anyone know what this may mean? Again, I think ASF is Army Service Forces. Also, below under remarks there is this: "Trfd as T/5 per 1st Ind ASF NYPE CP Kilmer, NJ.". Again, not sure what this all means either - although I believe Kilmer, NJ was a transfer station to Europe. I know my grandfather served in Europe. He never liked to talk about his time over there. Also interested in what the section "Army Component" above may mean. It says F and then NH and then AUS. Take a look at this record and let me know if you have any insight into this. It would be greatly appreciated!