Here's my Indochina French Foreign Legion Paratrooper, he's a Sergeant, 2e BEP, Ba Vi, Vietnam 1952. The BEP or Battalion Etranger de Parachutiste was the airborne/parachute arm of the FFL.
The helmet has customised paratrooper strappings and leather chin-cup, I did this in 1999 and updated it with a light drab olive wash on the straps, foilage band and a customised field dressing attached to the side of the helmet.
The trousers are of the British 1942 windproof camouflage suit, used by the BEPs in Indochina. Based on a photograph of an actual pair of trousers, it is generously cut and the waist, tightened by a draw-tape. The camo patterns were handpainted.