U.S. Navy Destroyers in WWII Dazzle Camouflage 1944-1945

Flush Deck & Four Stack

by Design Number


Built during and just after WWI, many had been scrapped, but some remained and were modified to serve other roles as well as convoy escorts. Most originally carried four 4-inch guns, one 3-inch and 12 torpedo tubes.

Ships in red are not confirmed by photographic or textual research.
Click on a blue ship's name or design number to see photos.
View by Hull Number
Design Number Silhouette Ships Wearing Design

2D

for DD-3
shipNo ships yet identified in this design

3D

for DD-1200
ship
Measure 32
Lea (DD-118)Badger (DD-126)
Barney (DD-149)DuPont (DD-152)
Bernadou (DD-153)Cole (DD-155)
Barker (DD-213)McCormick (DD-223)
McFarland (DD-237)Williamson (DD-244)
Bainbridge (DD-246)Goff (DD-247)

3D (rev)

for DD-1200
ship
Measure 32
Tarbell (DD-142)Breckinridge (DD-148)
MacLeish (DD-220)Paul Jones (DD-230)
Decatur (DD-341)

18D

for DD-106
shipNo ships yet identified in this design

21D

for DD-187
ship
Measure 31
Hulbert (DD-342)

Measure 32
Thornton (AVD-11)

Dazzle - Flush Deck & Four Stack by Design Number