USS Twiggs (DD-591) two months after commissioning on January 19, 1944 in Charleston wearing 32/6D. Twiggs was sunk by kamikazes on June 16, 1945. Photo source: NARA BS 58060.
USS Twiggs (DD-591) later on February 2, 1944 in what at first appears to be a four color Measure 32 pattern. However, the darkest color is probably a weathered black that appears two-toned where it is wet. This photo has been misidentified often as other ships, but the hull number confirms this is Twiggs. Photo source: NARA 80-G-311490.
Twiggs again on January 19, 1944 clearly in three colors: dull black, ocean gray and light gray. Twiggs is backing down so is probably in shakedown after commissioning on November 4, 1943. Photo source: NARA BS 58064.
Twiggs again on January 19, 1944 in Charleston Harbor. The deck pattern is visible although highly reflective. Photo source: NARA BS 58065.
USS Twiggs (DD-591) is seen aiding the burning and sinking USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) on January 4, 1945 at Iwo Jima. Twiggs rescued many survivors from the carrier. This photo was taken from the escort carrier USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62). Photo source: NARA 80-G-273549.
USS Twiggs (DD-591) is shown from the hospital ship USS Solace (AH-5) on February 23, 1945 at Iwo Jima. Twiggs' paint is a little worn at this point. The unidentified transport in the right background is in camouflage 32/4T. Photo source: NARA 80-G-311490.
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.