USS Rall (DE-304) is shown from the starboard side wearing 31/3D on April 25, 1944, in San Francisco Bay. Rall also has black lines between the haze gray and ocean gray to match the Design 3D drawing. Rall spent the entire war in the Pacific and on April 13, 1945 was heavily damaged by a kamikaze attack off Okinawa. Photo source: NARA BS 89973.
Rall is seen again on April 25, 1944, from the stern. Rall has extra panels on the stern to try to match the drawing, but no black lines here on the stern. Photo source: NARA BS 89975B.
USS Rall (DE-304) is shown again from the starboard bow in San Francisco Bay on April 27, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS 89975.
Rall is seen from the starboard bow on April 12, 1945, off Kerama Retto, Okinawa after being damaged by a Kamikaze attack. Note that Rall is in the process of repainting to a new camouflage and the old ocean gray has been repainted to haze gray, but the black lines between the colors remain. Photo source: NARA 80-G-330116.