USS Champlin (DD-601) on October 16, 1944, at Boston wearing a reversed version of 32/3D. The usual starboard side pattern is on the port and the port side pattern is on the starboard. Photo source: NARA BS 126992.
Champlin again from the starboard side at Boston again on October 16, 1944, wearing 32/3D reversed. The vertical colors are dull black (BK) ocean gray (5-O) and light gray (5-L). Photo source: NARA BS 126994.
Champlin again in Boston in a view from the bow on October 16, 1944, wearing 32/3D reversed camouflage pattern. The Bureau of Ships felt that Design 3D was especially effective at course deception when viewed within ten or fifteen degrees of the bow. Photo source: NARA 80-G-241717.
A final starboard side view of USS Champlin (DD-601) again in 32/3D reversed on October 16, 1944, in Boston. Photo source: NARA 80-G-382730.
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.