A starboard view of USS Fremont (APA-44) wearing camouflage Design 1F at Norfolk on February 13, 1944. An August 6, 1944, memo identifies this as Measure 32, but the colors look light enough to be Measure 33. The 33 colors could be ocean gray, haze gray and pale gray. Photo source: NARA BS 64623.
Another photo of USS Frenont (APA-44) at Norfolk on February 13, 1944, again wearing camouflage Design 1F. This looks very light, enough to be Measure 33, however the tones could be shifted because the red bottom paint exposes as a dark black in this black and white film. Photo source: NARA BS 64625.
Another shot of USS Fremont (APA-44) at Norfolk on February 13, 1944, again wearing camouflage Design 1F. From this side the colors are shaded and too dark to determine accurately what is the Measure. Photo source: NARA 19-LCM-APA44-1.
APA-44 was sent Design 32/16D on 3/13/44. Service Force Pacific Fleet replied to BuShips on 8/7/44 that APA-44 had been painted in 32/1F from SHIPS-2, but after inspection (possibly by E. Warner) this was found inadequate and APA-44 was repainted in 32/3D.