Adding to the confusion is the tendency of units (again for historical reasons) to misuse titles for larger administrative structures. Although the Royal Artillery consists of 13 Regular regiments (equivalent to infantry battalions), it calls itself the Royal Regiment of Artillery when referring to the units as a whole. The Royal Logistic Corps and Intelligence Corps are not corps-sized, but consist of several battalions or regiments. Operational structureEdit See also: Administrative structure of the field forces of the British Army The field forces of the British Army after the Army 2020 reforms are organised in garrison as: ◾Reaction forces: A modified 16 Air Assault Brigade and an armoured division (3rd Division (United Kingdom) of three armoured infantry brigades (1st, 12th and 20th Armoured Infantry Brigades). In 2020, this division will reorganise and consist of two armoured infantry brigades and two strike brigades. ◾Adaptive forces: The 1st Division, consisting of seven infantry brigades. In 2020, the adaptive force will consist of specialised infantry battalions who will train, advise, assist, mentor and accompany operations by indigenous forces. ◾Force Troops Command: Nine brigades of supporting units which supplement the reaction and adaptive forces.