Photo #: 80-G-165760
Camouflage Measure 32, Design 6T
Drawing prepared by the Bureau of Ships for a camouflage scheme intended for attack transports of the APA-18 class and other ships of similar design.
This plan, approved by Captain Henry A. Ingram, USN, is dated 11 January 1944. It shows the ship's starboard side and superstructure ends.
Of ships of this class, USS President Jackson (APA-18), USS President Adams (APA-19) and USS Thomas Jefferson (APA-30) are known or reported to have worn this camouflage design.
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
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Image posted 6 October 2005