USS Morrison (DD-560) is shown from the starboard bow in an aerial view on February 24, 1944 off Seattle, Washington. The camouflage here is Measure 31 Design 13D using dull black (BK) and haze gray (5-H) and only the deck pattern on the bow is visible. Compare the details in the bridge area to other ships in 13D, they each painted in slightly different ways. Morrison was eventually lost on May 4, 1945 off Okinawa. Photo source: NARA 80-G-455513.
USS Morrison (DD-560) is viewed from the port side on July 24, 1944 from USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) with another escort carrier in the distance. Notice the black hull number near the bow. Photo source: NARA 80-G-243852.
Morrison is shown in a bow view on February 23, 1944 anchored in Puget Sound. The hull number is just visible behind the anchor chain and is in black. Photo source: NARA BS 63493.
Morrison is shown from the stern on February 23, 1944 in Puget Sound. Note the extra panels and unusual painting of the hull numbers. Photo source: NARA BS 63494.
The stern of Morrison is shown on February 24, 1944, in Puget Sound. This gives another good view of the “extra” panels on the stern and the unusual painting of the hull numbers there. Photo source: NARA BS 62185.
USSMorrison (DD-560) is shown on October 24, 1944. Morrison had just been damaged and lost her mast while fighting fires and rescuing survivors from the damaged light carrier USS Princeton (CVL-23). This photo was taken from USS Cassin Young (DD-793). Photo source: NARA 80-G-281664-4.
USSMorrison (DD-560) is seen on the right on October 25, 1944. Morrison is being aided and towed by another unidentified Fletcher class destroyer, probably USS Irwin (DD-794). On the day before Morrison had been fighting fires and rescuing survivors from the light carrier USS Princeton (CVL-23) causing damage and the loss of the mast. This photo was taken from USS Sargent Bay (CVE-83). Photo source: NARA 80-G-263829.