The Cannon class destroyer escort USS Eisner (DE-192) is shown in the first of a series of photos at New York on July 10, 1944 wearing 32/3D modified. Note, Eisner has replaced the torpedo tubes with four single 40mm and added a short tripod HF/DF mast. Eisner also mounts a twin 40mm AA on the deckhouse aft. Photo source: NARA BS 72415.
Eisner is seen from the starboard bow in another of the series at New York on July 10, 1944 wearing 32/3D modified. Photo source: NARA BS 72416.
Eisneris shown in another photo at New York on July 10, 1944 wearing modified 32/3D. Photo source: NARA BS 72417.
Eisner is shown from the stern in the last of the series at New York on July 10, 1944 wearing camouflage 32/3D modified. The two cylinders on top of the depth charge racks are Foxer (FXR) devices towed behind the ship to decoy German acoustic homing torpedoes. Photo source: NARA BS 72419.
A July 11, 1944 speedletter #01996 from Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet (CinCLant) requested BuShips to paint all destroyer escorts under construction and assigned to Atlantic Fleet in camouflage 32/3D.