The Army has always insisted that the RN and the RAF 'manned the equipment' but the Army 'equipped the man'. I believe that this has changed in the last 10 years. The Army now has technologically advanced platforms and systems on a par with the other two Services. On TELIC, a Tactical Base at the time would probably have a couple of LFGs, a bit of prick-through lighting, a computer and some comms. Now we have more tech than you can shake a stick at. Similarly, the soldier was a man with a gun and a radio. Now he is part of a complex man-portable system that integrates with the vehicles. The vehicles are no longer simple and have more processing power than a Bde HQ of yore. Where is this going in the future? Is the Army very good at all this tech? What is it missing?