USS Mansfield (DD-728) on April 14, 1944, off Portland, Maine wearing 31/3D. Mansfield was commissioned the same day. Photo source: NARA BS 63515.
Mansfield from the starboard side at Boston on April 29, 1944, wearing 31/3D. The vertical colors are dull black (BK) ocean gray (5-O) and haze gray (5-H). Photo source: NARA80-G-382736.
Mansfield again in Boston on April 29, 1944, from the starboard quarter wearing 31/3D camouflage pattern. Photo source: NARA BS 130138.
DD-728 in 31/3DUSS Mansfield (DD-728) supporting a carrier task force at Leyte in October 1944, still wearing 31/3D. This photo is a still from a movie about the Leyte Battle. Photo source: Critical Past video #6567502928 frame 3519.
DD-728 in 31/3D
Another view of USS Mansfield (DD-728) from the starboard in a carrier task group still in 31/3D on March 24, 1945. The ships in background are probably USS San Francisco (CA-38) in 33/13D and an unidentified Sumner class destroyer in 16D: the carrier is USS Wasp (CV-18) in 33/10A to the far right. This photo was taken from USS Yorktown (CV-10). This date may be slightly off since these ships were only together until February 1945. Photo source: NARA 80-G-314646.