French Foreign Legion
Campaign Dress, North Africa 1900 - 1911
Officer in new 1903 Khaki drill
Taken from "Uniforms of the French Foreign Legion"
The Legion Sergent is drawn from the famous Legionnaire pose of three men at Figuig in 1908. The gold  stripes on the forearm indicate  rank/

The Officer is take from a sketch of Selchauhansen, killed in action at El Moungar 1903. The Khaki uniforms were introduced in 1895 but took time to be fully adopted. the Kepi, with or without white or khaki covers were more often worn in the field.