USS Ebert (DE-768) from the port bow in Tampa Bay sometime after commissioning on July 12, 1944, but before August 9, when this photo was received in Washington. This is camouflage 32/3D with vertical colors of dull black, ocean gray and light gray. Photo source: NARA BS 129800.
Ebert is seen this time from the starboard again in Tampa Bay wearing 32/3D. Ebert has a SU radar, a short mast with HF/DF and a 40mm twin mounted on the deckhouse aft. Photo source: NARA BS 129804.
Ebert is shown again from the starboard stern in 32/3D. Ebert still has the torpedo tubes. Photo source: NARA BS 129801.
Ebert is shown in an aerial port view on January 3, 1945 wearing camouflage 32/3D. This photo was taken 70 miles east of Cape Cod by an aircraft from squadron ZP-11. Ebert now has 40mm replacing the torpedo tubes and a RDF antenna on the stack. Photo source: NARA 80-G-301384.
Ebert is seen again from the port side on April 8, 1945, at New York wearing a modified camouflage 32/3D. Ebert has painted the modified 3D pattern on the superstructure, but still has a standard 3D pattern on the hull. The SU radar has been moved to the top of the mast. Photo source: NARA BS 83499.
Ebert is seen in another photo at New York on April 8, 1945 wearing camouflage 32/3D with a modified pattern on the superstructure. Photo source: NARA BS 83501.
A July 11, 1944 speedletter #01996 from Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet (CinCLant) requested BuShips to paint all destroyer escorts under construction and assigned to Atlantic Fleet in camouflage 32/3D.