USS Charles Ausburne (DD-570) on September 30, 1944 in San Francisco Bay in Measure 31 colors: dull black (BK) and haze gray (5-H). Note the newly installed stub mainmast with its antennas. Photo source: NARA BS 73196.
Another shot of Charles Ausburne on September 30, 1944 in San Francisco Bay. The dull black appears a little lighter because of the bright sun. Photo source: NARA BS 73195.
Another of the series showing Charles Ausburne in San Francisco Bay on September 30, 1944. Note that the dull black reflects the sun less where it is wet near the waterline therefore appears darker. Photo source: NARA BS 73197.
The stern of Charles Ausburne also on September 30, 1944. The painters have added two panels to match the stern view of the drawing, although they are edge views of side panels. Photo source: NARA BS 73200.
The last photo in the series of Charles Ausburne photos. This bow view shows how the pattern wraps around the bow. Photo source: NARA BS 73199.
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.