The new structure of the Army set out in the MoD publication, “Transforming the British Army” consists of a Reaction Force and an Adaptable Force. · The Reaction Force: a high readiness force (predominantly made up of Regular forces with about 10% being Reservists) which will undertake short notice contingency tasks and provide the conventional deterrence for Defence. It will be based upon three Armoured Infantry brigades under a divisional headquarters with associated enablers and an Air Assault brigade will provide the basis for any future enduring operation. · The Adaptable Force: a pool of Regular and Reserve forces organised during peacetime under seven regionally based Infantry Brigade Headquarters for training and administrative purposes. For a given operation a force package will be selected from across the pool of forces based on the balance of capabilities required for that specific task. The seven Infantry Brigade headquarters will come under command of an outward looking divisional headquarters and Headquarters Support Command which will provide and control for homeland resilience and engagement with UK society. Question: Keeping the structure above in mind, is Army 2020 achievable?