1952 Belgium Mk.II steel helmet.
An example of the Belgium clone based on the British Mk.II helmet, fitted with its original brown leather liner and OD7 elasticated webbed chinstrap. The Belgium flag decal is worn on the left side of the helmet. These are often passed off as British WW2 helmets so be aware, clear distinctions can be made between the WW2 British and Commonwealth MKII, most notably the brown leather lining.
Information on Belgium helmets can be found at The Brodie Helmets and its Derivatives.
Belgium Air Force Medic's M1 steel helmet.*
Similar to the Mk.2 helmet exhibited above, after the Second World War Belgium also used a clone version of the US M1 helmet. This blue / grey example dates to the 1980s and is from their air force. A Belgium tricolour sticker is attached to the left side while a reflecting medic marking can be seen at the front. The chinstrap is of the postwar US pattern; in blue webbing with steel T1 clips.
Information on Belgium M1s can be found here.