One nice thing this also has is all the graphics for stability operations -- I could see that being real handy for a T2K campaign. Maybe if your group is real nerds you'll pair it with a pattern analysis plot!
Could you explain that concept a bit more. It sounds deviously interesting for my campaign idea.
At what level? These are all COIN concepts, so they mostly are post-dated to the T2K timeline as a doctrine... but once the Big War breaks down you certainly end up with a lot of little wars and a lot of stability ops.
A pattern analysis plot is a very direct tool for counter-insurgency where you track the time and location of attacks against the time of day and days of the week in order to find patterns and develop countermeasures. Unless your campaign is VERY granular, this probably isn't a tool you want in a T2K campaign... but on the other hand there's some people that would probably really enjoy that level of detective work.
FM 3-24 has lots more info on this and all aspects of COIN in general.