Sometimes I'll run across something that has a bunch of open source links that are interesting. This was one of them, in that if you substituted the names and countries, it could have been any of a number of insurgencies in modern history.
In our reality, but on the other side of the world there now exists a network of small time logistics folks who supply the resistance. They take money from international supporters, go across the border to by legal goods, and smuggle them back into a war zone to fight "the thugs."
I tried to base FC7 on the lessons of reality. From the Ho Chi Min trail to the underground Jewish ammo factories in Israel. Anyone who says logistics don't matter is whistling past the graveyard of history.
There are very smart people looking into the issue of logistics as they apply to an insurgency. It is an interesting subject, asymmetric application of logistics. Kinda like aikido...doing the very least you can to accomplish the desired effect.