USS Hollis (DE-794) is shown from the port quarter near Houstan on January 28, 1944, in camouflage 31/14D using dull black (BK) and haze gray (5-H). Photo source: NARA 19-LCM-DE794-2.
The bow view of Hollis near Houstan on January 28, 1944. Hollis had been commissioned on January 24. Photo source: NARA 19-LCM-DE794-8.
Hollis is seen again from the stern wearing 31/14D near Houstan on January 28, 1944. Hollis had been sent drawings for 31/14D on January 8, 1944. Notice the starboard aft panel wraps around the stern. Hollis also retains the 1.1-inch AA aft. Photo source: NARA 19-LCM-DE794-7.
USS Hollis (DE-794) is now in 31/14D off Newport, Rhode Island on April 6, 1944, using black and ocean gray. Hollis was participating in sound testing in an effort to combat German acoustic homing torpedoes. There is a remnant of haze gray left on the stack; other wise all of the haze gray has been repainted to ocean gray. Photo source: NARA 80-G-229730.
USS Hollis (DE-794) is seen here in an another aerial view during an anti-submarine exercise with a PBY aircraft on May 9, 1944. Photo source: NARA 80-G-233825.