The class leader USS John C. Butler (DE-339) is seen from the starboard side at Boston wearing 32/11D on May 29, 1944. John C. Butler seems to have used the drawing intended for the Buckley class to apply camouflage. Photo source: NARA 80-G-382868.
Another photo of John C. Butler in Boston on May 29, 1944. This shows the port side pattern well. Notice how the pattern from the drawing was adapted to the different silhouette of turrets and superstructure. The contrast between medium and light gray confirm this is Measure 32. Photo source: NARA BS 132040.
John C. Butler again from the starboard stern quarter in Boston on May 29, 1944, in a photo that shows no extra panels on the stern. John C. Butler had been commissioned on March 31, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS132041.
John C. Butleris seen from the bow at Boston on May 29, 1944. The pattern almost wraps around. Photo source: NARA BS 132042.