USS Hickox (DD-673) on December 20, 1944 refueling from the stern of USS Nantahala (AO-60). This camouflage appears light enough to be light gray and black which would be Measure 32 and Hickox was sent drawings and instructions to paint in camouflage 32/23D on August 5, 1944, by the Bureau of Ships. Note, the bow hull number is not visible, but there is a number on the roof of the second 5-inch gunhouse that appears to be 673 and the official caption claims this is Hickox. Also, Hickox received topside damage during the December 17, 1944, typhoon that included damage to the refueling gear. So that could explain the missing radar and the reason for refueling over the bow. Photo source: NARA 80-G-325078.
DD-673 was assigned 32/13D in 10/11/43 letter, but was sent 32/23D instead.