USS Bryant (DD-665) leaving Charleston, South Carolina, on March 11, 1944. These colors are light enough to be Measure 32 dull black and light gray. Note the stripe painted on the stern. Photo source: NARA BS 62223.
Bryant taken from the port side also on March 11, 1944 in Charleston. Photo source: NARA BS 62218.
Bryant is shown again in a shot of the stern that shows clearly that this is Measure 32: dull black and light gray. Note the extra stripes on the stern. This is just one of the many ships that painted panels on the stern in what were probably mistaken efforts to match what the stern views on many camouflage drawings seemed to depict. Photo source: NARA BS 62220.
USS Bryant (DD-665) taken from USS Louisville (CA-28) on September 12, 1944, during shore bombardment three days before the amphibious landings on Peleliu. The battleships USS Mississippi (BB-41) and USS Idaho (BB-42) are in the background. Photo source: NARA 80-G-257639.
DD-665 USS Bryant (DD-665) is seen at Iwo Jima on February 28, 1945 supporting the landings. Bryant is still in camouflage 32/23D. This photo is a still taken from a movie on Iwo Jima operations. Photo source: Critical Past video #65675071335 frame 1242.