Dry as toast on the inside.
I was issued Marine greens at Pendleton prior to my assignment to the Brownwater Navy in Vietnam. While in Vietnam, I was also issued Army style greens with all those pockets. Being Navy, we had the sleeves shortened while the Army guys had to roll their sleeves up.
We also wore the USMC starched green cover, minus the Globe and Anchor.
We wore no rank insignia on our greens. It made it more advantageous when dealing with Merchant Marine masters.
I paid a mamasan to wash and iron while papasan shined my boots.
Try and catch a nap while that is going on!