Photo #: 80-G-166245
Camouflage Measure 31, Design 11D
Drawing prepared by the Bureau of Ships for a camouflage scheme intended for destroyers of the DD-409 class. It "may also be adapted to DD 380, 381, 386 & 397 classes".
This plan, approved by Captain Logan McKee, USN, is dated 1 March 1944. It shows the ship's port side.
Ships known or reported to have worn this camouflage design, or an adapted version of it, include Ellet (DD-398), McCall (DD-400), Stack (DD-406), Sterett (DD-407), Wilson (DD-408) and Hughes (DD-410).
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
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Image posted 10 October 2005