USS Stanly (DD-478) is shown in a port bow view on October 6, 1944 in San Francisco. Stanly was ordered to paint in Measure 31/13D; if this is Measure 31 then the light color is fresh haze gray (5-H) not ocean gray (5-O). Note the dull black that has been painted around the top of the forward stack. Photo source: NARA BS 90948.
Stanly again on October 6, 1944, at Hunters Point, San Francisco. The white circles show changes that were made by the shipyard. The deck pattern can be seen on the bow and tops of the forward turrets. The sun angle is low so that the haze gray is very reflective and washed out. The ship in background is probably painting in ocean gray (5-O). Photo source: NARA BS 90952.
Stanly one more time on October 6, 1944, at Hunters Point, San Francisco. Again the white circles show changes that were made by the shipyard. Photo source: NARA BS 90953.
The official caption of this photo says this is Stanly in February 1945 exchanging movie films with USS Hansford (APA-106). Note that both funnel caps are painted black. The light color still appears to be haze gray. Photo source: NARA 80-G-303887.
Camouflage Measure and Design was assigned in 10/11/43 ComServPac letter #0937 to the BuShips which assigned camouflage Designs to most ships in the Pacific Fleet.