This is a composite of the two drawings of the original Design 1D drawings for the Buckley
class destroyer escorts. The original drawings were produced on May 27, 1944, and did not include a whaleboat nor a stern view. The colors shown are Measure 32: dull black (BK) ocean gray (5-O) and light gray (5-L). There are no known ships that wore this particular design, although the drawing itself listed “DE-219” in the corner so the drawing might have been used by that ship.
The first drawing for Design 1D was attached to the March 1943 Supplement to SHIPS-2 for DD-380 Gridley class using Measure 33. Design 1D was also worn by the battleship USS Tennessee (BB-43), the large cruiser USS Alaska (CB-1), the light cruisers USS Raleigh (CL-7), USS Houstan (CL-81), and USS Miami (CL-89) all in Measure 32 colors. The light cruiser USS Columbia (CL-56) wore this design using Measure 33 colors. In addition, Design 1D was worn by four Gridley class destroyers, one Sims class destroyer and at least five Fletcher class destroyers.
Original drawing sources: NARA 80-G-172872 and 80-G-172860.