A memo from Atlantic Air Force Command (ComAirLant) to Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet (CincLant) on 2/19/44 recommended the use of Measure 32 for Atlantic based CVE's. Then on 2/22/44 BuShips sent a letter to ComAirLant outlining the changes to camouflage 32/4A which had been for CV-6; subsequently 32/4A was redrawn for CVE-9 and CVE-55 classes and sent on 4/8/44 to ComAirLant.
USS Tulagi (CVE-72) off the Atlantic Coast in convoy to North Africa on June 2, 1944, in camouflage 32/4A. Alongside is USS Marsh (DE-699) in Measure 22. Photo taken by USS Mission Bay (CVE-59). Photo source: NARA 80-G-364378.
An aerial view of USS Tulagi (CVE-72) from the port on October 30, 1944, carrying army air force aircraft. Tulagi is wearing 32/4A. Photo taken by squadron ZP-31. Photo source: NARA 80-G-286135.