I forgot to mention before. In the Military records we received previously, it never contained his final discharge papers or separation, whatever the thing is called lol.
The last correspondence in the record was just a letter from my grandfather asking the military to give assistance to his wife and children, from what I can gather, I believe they were all living on the Military base at the time of the incident when he was arrested for allowing the delinquency of a minor.
I am sure there was an enlistment record after this date, but then that would not make sense if he was discharged without honour.
My grandfathers records are very confusing, because he also served in the National Guard prior to his enlistment in 1932 and served at one point in Australia. He was then a reserve I believe, before enlisting again in 1932.
I how now contacted the records office again to try and obtain his final separation papers.