What we have here is obviously overdyed UCP cloth, but it was dyed BEFORE it was manufactured and it was made with components not found on standard UPC jackets.
It was made under a 2005 contract. The most obvious evidence this is special is the green velcro (including the plastic "hook" side) instead of gray. You can't dye plastic, so for sure this was made with non-standard components. The other thing is the tags do not look dyed. Sometimes that can be tricky to see, but they do appear in their original colors. Which makes sense since the velcro clearly indicates this is deliberate, so why dye the cloth after the garment is made? I suppose the cloth could have been printed in green tones, but I doubt that. Much cheaper to take a production cloth and dye it.
Does anybody know anything about this? I bought it off eBay from a seller who was puzzled by the features, but otherwise didn't have anything interesting to say about it.