After quite a long while, I've dipped my toe back into TNI research. Looking at my favourite topic the Cavalry, I noticed two major things. There was a unit reorganisation about 4 years ago with many units renamed and reorganised, and secondly, many vehicles were reshuffled between units. My ~6 year old documentation of which cavalry unit is equipped with which vehicles are in many cases obsolete and needed refreshment. But I couldn't help but notice the utter chaos with regards to wheeled vehicles. Look for example at Cavalry Company 2 (Kikav 2) stationed in Yogyakarta. They are equipped with a staggering 6 different armored vehicle types. In a single company of less than a 100 soldiers. And this seems typical of most of the Kikav units througout the archipelago. 6 vehicles, from basically 5 countries. One French (Panhard VBL), one Indonesian (Anoa 2), one South Korean (Tarantula), two British (Saladin and Saracen), one also Indonesian but based on a Japanese civilian truck (APR-1 V1). Two different maingun systems (90mm for the Tarantula, 76mm for the Saladin), and even more heterogeneity between vehicle-mounted small arms. Every vehicles has different tires, a different engine, a different drivetrain (except for Saladin and Saracen, obviously). Many vehicles are only available in lower single digit numbers. In times of crisis I don't even want to know the absolute headache that every one of these companies would create for logistics. The Indonesian army should urgently streamline the way they spread combat vehicles between units. It makes no sense this way. And the crazy thing is, this is a new development. It was less chaotic 6 years ago. In tracked vehicles, they apparently have done this far more effectively. Here, between the Leo 2, the AMX platform, and the Scorpion/Stormer platform, it seems homogenous within the individual battalion.