USS Cooper (DD-695), a Sumner class destroyer, in an aerial photo from the port bow wearing camouflage 32/3D outside of New York harbor on April 14, 1944. The colors are light gray (5-L), ocean gray (5-O) and dull black (BK). Cooper had been commissioned on March 27, 1944, note the number on the roof of the second gun mount. This photo was taken by an aircraft from Naval Air Station, New York. Photo source: NARA 80-G-255110.
Cooper is seen again from the port bow on July 18, 1944, wearing 32/3D. This is labeled as New York Harbor, but may be Boston since Cooper left Boston for the Pacific on July 23, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS 68792.
Cooper this time in New York Harbor on April 13, 1944, from the starboard wearing 32/3D camouflage pattern. Photo source: NARA BS 69157.
USS Cooper (DD-695) one last time from the port in 32/3D in New York Harbor on April 13, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS 69158.