U.S. Navy Ships in WWII Dazzle Camouflage 1944-1945


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Built during and just after WWI, many had been scrapped, but some remained and were modified to serve other roles as well as convoy escorts. Most originally carried four 4-inch guns, one 3-inch and 12 torpedo tubes.

Ships in red are not confirmed by photographic or textual research.
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Design Number Silhouette Ships Wearing Design
for DD-3
No ships yet identified in this design
for DD-1200
Measure 32
Lea (DD-118)Badger (DD-126)
Barney (DD-149)DuPont (DD-152)
Bernadou (DD-153)Cole (DD-155)
Barker (DD-213)McCormick (DD-223)
McFarland (DD-237)Bainbridge (DD-246)
Goff (DD-247)
for DD-1200
Measure 32
Tarbell (DD-142)Breckinridge (DD-148)
MacLeish (DD-220)Paul Jones (DD-230)
Decatur (DD-341)
for DD-106
No ships yet identified in this design
for DD-187
Measure 31
Williamson (DD-244)Hulbert (DD-342)

Measure 32
Thornton (AVD-11)