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.
DE-345 was sent camouflage 32/22D on 4/27/44 as if for the Pacific Fleet, completed in 32/22D, but was repainted in 32/3D when assigned to the Atlantic Fleet.
USS Robert Brazier (DE-345) is seen wearing camouflage 32/22D on June 2, 1944. This photo was probably taken somewhere near Houston, Texas after commissioning on May 18, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS 70303.
Robert Brazier is seen in an aerial photo from the starboard side in July 1944. Note the hull number is painted in black. Photo source: NARA 80-G-271355.
USS Robert Brazier (DE-345) is shown wearing camouflage 32/3D at New York on November 18, 1944. Robert Brazier has the added short mast with HF/DF antenna, but retains the torpedo tubes. Photo source: NARA BS 76764.
Robert Brazier is shown in 32/3D again at New York on November 18, 1944. Robert Brazier acted as flagship of CortDiv 76 and was about to leave the Atlantic for duty in the Pacific. Photo source: NARA BS 76763.