USS William Sieverling (DE-441) from the port bow near New York on June 18, 1944. This is 32/22D using light gray as the lightest color. William Sieverling was commissioned on June 1, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS 66911.
William Sieverling is shown in another aerial photo from the port stern outside of New York wearing 32/22D using dull black and light gray on June 18, 1944. Photo source: NARA BS 66912.
William Sieverling again from the starboard bow outside of New York on June 18, 1944, wearing 32/22D. In this and the previous photos the deck pattern is almost totally washed out. Photo source: NARA BS 66913.
DE-438 was sent 31/22D, DE-439 was sent 32/11D, DE-440 was sent 31/22D, DE-441 was sent Design 32/6D, and DE-443 and DE-445 were sent 32 22D all by 3/17/44, but they were for the wrong ship class. They were returned to BuShips by Kearny Shipyard on 3/20/44. All these ships were sent proper Designs later in April and May 1944.