The battleship USS Maryland (BB-46) is shown from the port in Puget Sound on April 25, 1944. The camouflage is 31/7D using dull black and haze gray. Photo source: NARA BS 63829.
USS Maryland (BB-46) is shown again in Puget Sound this time on April 26, 1944, in camouflage 31/7D. Maryland was probably first painted in 7D at Pearl Harbor in October 1943. Photo source: NARA 80-G-455340.
Maryland is seen again from the starboard bow in Puget Sound some time in April or May 1944. This photo has been censored by removing the radar antennas. Photo source: NARA 80-G-178598.
Three battleships in one photo: USS Maryland (BB-46) is shown front in 31/7D, USS Colorado (BB-45) next in 31/3D and USS Washington (BB-56) in Measure 22. This photo taken by an aircraft from squadron ZP-33 off the Pacific Coast on May 1, 1944. Photo source: NARA 80-G-233153.
Maryland is seen again in an aerial from the port in Puget Sound. This photo is dated May 5, 1944. Photo source: NARA 80-G-433933.
Maryland one more time in Puget Sound some time dated May 6, 1944, taken by squadron ZP-32. Photo source: NARA 80-G-233934.
USS Maryland (BB-46) is seen with a group of ships at Roi Island viewed from USS New Mexico (BB-40) on June 12, 1944. The ships are about to leave for the invasion of Saipan. The other ships are USS Ballard (AVD-10) in front, USS Birmingham (CL-62) behind and USS Louisville (CA-28) beyond. Photo source: NARA 80-G-253648.
Fleet Maintenance Office (FMO) of Pacific Fleet Service Force (ServPac) sent a speedletter to Pearl Harbor on 10/8/43 requesting the painting of BB-45 and BB-46 in Measure 31 using drawings supplied by FMO. Those drawings have not yet been found. Photos show BB-45 in a version of 3D and BB-46 in a version of 7D.