These jackets are a more “lightweight” version of the standard TTA47.  Most notably they were not produced with lower pockets, and they tend to be shorter in length. These seem to be closer to a shirt than an actual jacket, perhaps intended for hot weather.

Sample 1:

Has lizard camouflage print on a similar poplin fabric to TAP 47/54.  Named and dated to 1954.  Shoulder reinforcements are a post-1952 feature.  Buttons do not appear to be original to uniform.

Pockets:

Stamps:

1954 date.

Sample 2:

Khaki color on HBT fabric with shoulder reinforcements, both post-1952 features.

This example is also dated to 1954.  Altered and somewhat crudely repaired:

Sleeve Insignia:

Shoulder sleeve diamond was pinned on with very old safety pin (rust from pin transferred to cloth).

Cuffs:

Like the example above, it does not have straps to tighten the cuffs like the standard TTA 47 jackets.

Stamps:

1954 date.