USS Waldron (DD-699) on June 7, 1944 being delivered from Kearny Shipyard, New Jersey wearing freshly painted 32/9D camouflage. Waldron is still missing radar antennas atop the foremast and the 40mm “box” behind the bridge. Photo source: NARA BS 66916.
USS Waldron is shown again from the starboard bow on June 7, 1944, wearing 32/9D. Photo source: NARA BS 66917.
Waldron again outside of New York on July 13, 1944, from the port wearing 32/9D camouflage pattern. Photo source: NARA 80-G-237655.
USS Waldron (DD-699) one last time from the port quarter in 32/9D. This photo and the previous were taken by an aircraft from Naval Air Station, New York. Photo source: NARA 80-G-237656.