FreeFor has force multipliers, too. We have automated drones with cameras. That's right. You too can have one from Amazon.com for about $300.
We have night vision, too, of varying grades. A simple low-light camera is available for less than $200. Very similar night vision monocles to those the US Military has can be had by private individuals for less than $2000. I have a buddy at work who has one, mostly for feral hog hunting. It is seriously awesome to drive with one with headlights off on a moonless night, not that I would know anything about that :-)
We also have communications force multipliers available to us. Munitions-level encryption is available in a battery-powered internet router, available at your local computer store for less than $100. Buy a few of these, configure them with rotating-key WPA security, and use iPhones or other WiFi-type devices to communicate in your AO through them. If the crypt keys come from a one-time pad, they are unbreakable without capturing the book or whatever we used for a one-time pad. A set of copies of a particular version of a pocket Bible would make an excellent one-time pad: not only are Bibles not common among OpFor, they have thin pages, making for lots of one-time-use encryption keys in a short space.
We have force multipliers. We just have to start inventorying them, and practicing.
Agreed. Logistics will be the key. As of now and for short term, They have the upper hand.