USS Longshaw (DD-559) on February 6, 1944 in Puget Sound. Longshaw had been commissioned on December 4, 1943. Note the extra light gray panel on the stern and the unusual painting of the hull number. Photo source: NARA BS 65177.
Longshaw on February 18, 1944, in Measure 32 colors. The deck pattern is clearly visible. Longshaw was run aground and destroyed by Japanese shore batteries on May 18, 1945 off Okinawa. At that time Longshaw was wearing Measure 21 camouflage. Photo source: NARA 80-G-223364.
USS Longshaw (DD-559) is shown performing escort duties on February 4, 1945 probably in the South China Sea off of Formosa. This view is taken from USS Saratoga (CV-3). Photo source: NARA 80-G-315217.
USS Longshaw (DD-559) is shown from the starboard bow at sea viewed from the carrier USS Essex (CV-9) on November 9, 1944. Longshaw shows a lot of weathering on the bow. Photo source: NARA 80-G-258630.