Sample 1:

RAID-1-SRarmvelcro contractortag frontvelcro  sizetag

No buttons on pockets.  No longer in collection.

Sample 2:

RAID-2-MLRAID-2-ContractorTag-1997  RAID-2-Size-Tag

No longer in collection

Sample 3:

RAID-3-MRRAID-BDU-3-Size Tagbacksqwood RAID-3-ContractorTag

No longer in collection.  Similar pocket and velcro arrangement to khaki BDU (Sample 9, below).

Sample 5:

RIAD-DCU-LRRAID-DCU-Size-tagRAID-DCU-Contractor-Tagbacksqdcu RAID-DCU-arm-velcro

No longer in collection.

Sample 6:

1_main armpockets backvelcro chestpockets contractortag sizetag

Sample 7:

1_front armpockets backvelcro chestpockets sizetags stains tag

Sample 8:

1_fronttapes contractortag collar armpockets

Pockets slanted outwards, perhaps for easier access while wearing under plate carrier.  Collar insignia is for Civil Engineering Lieutenant.

Sample 9:

1_main armpockets backvelcro chestpockets contractortag sizetag

Similar pocket and velcro arrangement to woodland BDU (Sample 3, above).

Sample 10:

1_front 2_back 3_tag contractortag pockets

NSW type modifications, same velcro and pocket arrangement as Sample 11.  Found together with Sample 11.

Sample 11:

1_front 2_back armpocket_open armpockets chestpockets chestpockets_open contractortag

NSW type modifications, same velcro and pocket arrangement as Sample 10.  Found together with Sample 10.  Appears to be totally unused.

Sample 12:

Arm pockets stitched by hand in the field.

Sample 13:

Ranger style velcro arrangement.  This modification was done at the factory since the item is new (still has hang tag) and stitching for velcro is not visible from the outside.  Handwritten NSN 8415-01-162-6766 (assigned October 25, 1980) predates the printed 8415-01-390-8544 one (assigned May 27, 1994) that was crossed out.

Usage Photo:

Sample 14:

    

Standard twill woodland BDU, except with strobe pouch attached to left arm.  Circular patch ghost on left upper pocket.  Likely associated with Navy, maybe Naval Special Warfare, since it was found at a swap meet with other Navy BDU’s with varying name tapes.

Similar BDU with ABA vest over it from AFSOC training? (source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2622428464435006&set=g.1587170878211879):

Sample 15:

Lower pockets removed, upper chest pockets remain intact in normal orientation, no arm pockets.  Shoulder patches include Ranger Battalion scroll, airborne tab, and 504th Military Intelligence Brigade. 504th and Airborne patches were attached with adhesive after Ranger scroll was removed (adhesive residue covers Ranger scroll holes).  Chest patches include Expert Infantryman and Jump Wings.

Sample 16:

Probably a souvenir shirt made from a modified DCU in the style of a Crye Combat Shirt.  “OEF Afghanistan” is screen printed on moisture wicking T-shirt jersey material.  Left arm pocket has pen pocket inside.

Sleeve/shoulder area sewn directly on top of base shirt: