USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37) taken on October 10, 1944, at Philadelphia wearing 31a/13D. The vertical colors are navy blue (5-N) and haze gray (5-H). Photo source: NARA BS 76268.
Tuscaloosa is shown again at Philadelphia on October 10, 1944, from the port side. Photo source: NARA BS 72267.
USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37) is seen in the mist from USS Texas (BB-35) approaching Iwo Jima on February 16, 1945, wearing 31a/13D. Tuscaloosa is caught at the moment of signaling. Photo source: NARA 80-G-309132.
Tuscaloosa is seen bombarding Iwo Jima on February 17, 1945, from USS Texas (BB-35) wearing 31a/13D. Photo source: NARA 80-G-352911.
Another photo of Tuscaloosa bombarding Iwo Jima on February 17, 1945, taken from USS Texas (BB-35) while still wearing 31a/13D. The background ship can now be seen as probably USS Arkansas (BB-33) in Measure 21. Photo source: NARA 80-G-309144.
An enlarged area from an aerial photo of unidentified ships at Ulithi anchorage that was marked as received by Washington on March 15, 1945. This ship is most likely Tuscaloosa again from the starboard bow wearing 31a/13D, since Tuscaloosa was at Ulithi between March 15 and 19 in 1945. Photo source: NARA 80-G-305606.