USS Terry (DD-513) is shown in a port view from battleship New Mexico sometime in June 1944. Terry, based on the odd-even rule, with an odd hull number should be in Measure 32: dull black and light gray, but this is too dark to be light gray so must be haze gray with the black. Terry has even been reported in Measure 31 colors: dull black and ocean gray. Haze gray and black would usually be Measure 31, but Terry was sent a 32/14D drawing and reported painting in Measure 32/14D. Note the 20mm gun tub in front of the bridge. A higher resolution of this photo can be purchased from USNI.
USS Terry (DD-513) is shown in a slightly dark photo on June 12, 1944. This looks very much like it could be Measure 31/14D. Terry still carries three 20mm gun tubs in front of the bridge instead of two 40mm twins. Photo source: NARA BS 125974 (no neg).
Another photo of Terry taken from New Mexico on June 12, 1944. The light color is a little darker in this view, but is probably haze gray. Photo source: NARA 80-G-253717.
Terry photographed from USS New Mexico (BB-40) on June 12, 1944, departing the island of Roi to take part in the invasion of Saipan. The hull number is visible in a gap between black panels; the aft dull black panel was intended to wrap around the stern quarter. An escort carrier is in the left background. This definitely appears to be Measure 31. Photo source: NARA 80-G-253664.
Terry photographed from USS New Mexico (BB-40) on June 8, 1944, approaching to make a transfer. The hull number is visible behind the anchor and contrasts well with the lighter color which indicates the light color is not light gray. Photo source: NARA 80-G-254595.
This is an enlarged portion of a photograph captioned “Landing of marines at Emirau” taken on April 24, 1944, which shows a round bridge Fletcher class destroyer supporting the landings. Even though the camouflage appears light, I believe this ship is USS Terry (DD-513) because of the light paint on the starboard bridge wing and the 20mm guns mounted in tubs in front of the bridge. Photo source: NARA 80-G-225254.
DD-513 was sent 32/14D, but photos reveal 31/14D with black and haze gray.