This is ROE (DD-418) in April of 1943 while underway in the Atlantic. She is camouflaged in Measure 22, with the Navy Blue following the line of sheer forward. Measure 22 technically specified a horizontally straight line, but some of the pre-war destroyers were painted this way instead.
ROE shows alterations common for the units that survived the battles of 1942. Two twin 40mm Bofors have been placed atop the aft deckhouse, with Mark 51 directors in tubs next to them. A platform atop the same deckhouse supports the 36" searchlight and a 20mm Oerlikon, and a tub has been placed ahead of the bridge for a fourth 20mm gun. An SG surface search radar sits on the mast, immediately under the SC air search set.
ROE served in the Atlantic, escorting convoys to Europe and covering the Operation TORCH landings in North Africa. The ship was transferred to the Pacific in 1944, where she provided fire support for troops ashore on New Guinea. ROE survived the war to be sold for scrap in 1947.
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