USS Sampson (DD-394) is seen from the starboard on December 2, 1944, at Boston wearing camouflage 32/3D. The colors are : dull black, ocean gray and light gray. Photo source: NARA 80-G-382739.
Sampson is shown again at Boston on December 2, 1944, with HF/DF on short main mast. The drawing for this version of Design 3D has yet to be found. Photo source: NARA 80-G-382740.
USS Sampson (DD-394) is seen from the port bow earlier on September 27, 1944, again in Boston wearing freshly painted 32/3D. The drawing for this version of Design 3D has yet to be found. Photo source: NARA BS 119833.
A July 19, 1944 letter #02098 from CinCLant requested BuShips to paint all Atlantic Fleet destroyers in camouflage 32/3D during each ship's next shipyard overhaul.
An October 24, 1944 memo from Boston Shipyard to the Bureau of Ships reported DD-394 was painted in 32/3D using an adapted DD-421 drawing on 9/6/44.