A one-of-a-kind photo of USS Renshaw (DD-499) wearing Camouflage 32/10D. Here Renshaw is being assisted into a dry dock. On February 21, 1945, while in the Mindanao Sea escorting a convoy headed toward Subic Bay, Renshaw was hit by a torpedo from an Japanese submarine. The torpedo exploded amidships damaging both engine rooms causing the loss of all power. A section of the hull that was warped by the explosion can be seen in this photo. Even though 17 men were killed, damage control parties contained the flooding and managed to save the ship. Photo source: Former USS Renshaw website.
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.