The Universal Camouflage Pattern UCP is a digital military camouflage patten formerly used by the United States Army in their Army Combat Uniform. The pattern was chosen after laboratory and field tests from 2003 to 2004 showed it to provide the best concealment in many different operational environments.
The M-65 field jacket was widely used by United States forces during the Vietnam War and became a classic used by the U.S. troops in several other wars all around the world.
The M-1965 jacket was initially designed by Alpha Industries and was made from OG-107 (Olive Green Shade 107) water repellent and wind resistant cotton-nylon sateen. The fabrics was made by Burlington Fabrics.