USS Kyne (DE-744) wearing camouflage 31/24D on April 20, 1944, sixteen days after commissioning. This photo was taken by an aircraft from the Naval Air Station, San Pedro. Photo source: NARA BS 96177.
Kyne is shown in a near overhead shot again on April 20, 1944, outside of San Pedro. Photo source: NARA 19-LCM-DE744-1.
Note the deck pattern visible in this view. This is a good example of why because of the clutter and superstructure shadows deck patterns were not always very effective.
Kyne again from the port bow in June 1945 wearing camouflage 31/24D. Kyne is seen alongside USS Boston (CA-69). Photo source: NARA 80-G-379052.
A close-up of the port bow of USS Kyne (DE-744) in June 1945, wearing camouflage 31/24D, from the USS Boston (CA-69). Photo source: NARA 80-G-379059.
Kyne again in 31/24D pulling away from the Boston in June 1945. This photo is slightly out of focus. Photo source: NARA 80-G-379058.
Reassigned to a new Design by the BuShips 6/10/44 memo to ComServPac that listed ships that had been reassigned from the 10/11/43 letter #0937.
DE-744 was sent Design 31/11D on 1/26/44 and DE-744 reported camouflage completed to ComServPac with photos taken on 4/20/44 showing 31/24D. The BuShips 6/10/44 memo to ComServPac listed DE-744 as having been changed from 31/11D to 31/24D.