The drawing for Design 32/11D for the USS Indiana
(BB-58) has not yet been found, but probably was drawn in September 1943, since Indiana
was photographed in 32/11D in October 1943. Researcher Tracy White has found a memo
dated September 16, 1943, to Indiana
directing the application of this camouflage as an experiment. The specified vertical colors were dull black (BK), ocean gray (5-O) and light gray (5-L).
The first drawing for Design 11D was attached to the July 15, 1943, memo to PacFleet for Benson class. This design was drawn up for the Buckley class destroyer escorts on December 22, 1943. This design for the Buckley destroyer escorts had its patterns almost reversed port and starboard to generate the patterns for both Fletcher and Sims in March 1944; the prominent panel of the Fletcher port bow was on the Buckley starboard bow.
A modern drawing of this camouflage can be obtained at The Floating Drydock: floatingdrydock.com.