If there's one thing I love about the Military, it's the innovation. This seems like a very simple idea, with massive benefits. However creating a mobile command post has been something Armed Forces have been seeking for a long time.
With the constant advancement in technology, the requirements for integration become increasingly easier. So now it's not unheard of to have a vehicle that carries the data troops need to access in the field, while also boosting their communications ability.
I don't think it would be that farfetched to expect each troop being able to be their own mobile communications hub within the next decade or so. This combined with implementation of Augmented Reality could usher in the era of "Future Soldiers", complete with Battle UI's.
It certainly is interesting to think about how Warfare breeds innovation. Especially ones like this. This begs the question: What does this mean for civilian technology?