Belgium

Last updated on 19 December 2009.



Belgian M1949 with net of British type.



The hood of a parka used as helmet cover on a M1951.



Belgian M1951 with hessian and British type net. Held in place by a band made of a piece of tyre inner tube. The camouflage colours are brush painted on top of everything.



Another cover for the M1951 helmet. This one has six tounges. There is no stamp or label inside.



This is the cover for the M1995 (Schuberth 826) helmet. Secured on the helmet by an elastic cord and three velcro straps. Below are two examples of labels.






U.N. cover for the M1995 helmet. The letters are embroidered on both sides of the cover. The cover is secured on the helmet by an elastic cord and three velcro straps. No label inside. It may, in fact, be a Spanish cover for the Marte helmet.



Chemical protection cover. The cover is fit over the ordinary cover. The material is tightly woven textile. It has an elastic cord and the usual three velcro straps.



The Airforce paratrooper 828 helmet with Flecktarn cover.






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