No, Fort Dix was not used for training anything. Fort Dix is where units staged for POM (Preparation for Overseas Movement) when sailing from the New York Port of Embarkation. It is also where he arrived on 11 November 1946 when he returned from overseas service. QED he returned via the New York POE, so from Europe. Yes, it is possible he was at Fort Ord during the war, possibly training for the invasion of Japan, but given he had zero overseas service when he was discharged on 2 November 1945, he did not leave CONUS from the unknown date he was inducted into the AUS until he was discharged on 2 November 1945 for re-enlisting in the RA. It is more likely he was inducted (drafted) into the AUS at Huntington. When he enlisted in the RA they may have used his home of record as his enlistment place...that was fairly common. He had continuous RA service from 3 November 1945 to 28 November 1946. It would only require the loss of 26 days service due to whatever caused him to lose rank for him to be credited with zero years of service rather than one year and 25 days...and yes, the War Department could be that anal. AGF is Army Ground Forces, it is difficult to know for sure what AGF-F was, but given this was a final payment voucher, it likely was Army Ground Forces-Finance. W 24 CO are likely routing codes.