USS Morris (DD-417) is seen at Humboldt Bay wearing 32/2C probably in October 1944. The colors should be dull black, ocean gray and light gray. Photo source: NARA BS 125007.
Morris is seen again this time from the port side at Humboldt Bay in October 1944, wearing 32/2C. The destroyer in the background is a Fletcher class also in Design 2C. Photo source: NARA BS 125008.
Morris again in Humboldt Bay from the starboard stern wearing 32/2C camouflage pattern. Photo source: NARA BS 125010.
USS Morris (DD-417) again from the port stern in 32/2C in Humboldt Bay. Photo source: NARA BS 125011.
Morris is shown again from the starboard stern at the landings at Morotai on September 15, 1944. Although Morris is not officially identified in this photo, this probably is Morris. Photo source: NARA 80-G-257935.
This photo shows two unidentified Sims class destroyers supporting the invasion of Morotai on September 15, 1944. Both ships are wearing Design 2C and the only two Sims class known to be in 2C were USS Morris (DD-417) and USS Anderson (DD-411). Both of those ships wore Measure 32 Design 2C and were at Morotai. The difference in tones between the two ships is probably due to different lighting because of a sun shadow. Photo source: NARA 80-G-257935.
Reassigned to a new Design by the Bureau of Ships 6/10/44 memo to ComServPac that listed ships that had been reassigned from the 10/11/43 letter #0937.