I exaggerate of course, still things are getting quite depressing.
The airforce is still using the handful of F16s that haven't broken down yet ... or crashed, we lose them to crashes at a rate of one per two years, ok, not quite as bad as the F104, but still.
Also, despite all the new electronics they keep stuffing into them ... F16s are, turn it every which way you like, ancient crates. Things have gotten so bad that in Lybia, they were only allowed to operate in areas that had already been cleared of AA assets by other nations.
Our army is still largly structured around the Leopard tanks ... in an era where the Dutch are mothballing or even selling off their Leo TWOs, Belgium is still using it's Leo ONEs. In a(n intentionally) leaked report, some Colonels said that our equipement is being held together by "duck tape, spit and whishful thinking" and that our firepower is at Korean war levels. Ok, every single military leader in the history of armed conflict has complained about his resources, but there's a kernel of truth there.
The navy is still pretty damn good at its assigned nato task of minesweeping but they're pretty much defenseless agains air attack.
The paratroopers are still among the best on the planet, but their numbers are being reduced bit by bit.
So, all in all, yeah, we're doing pretty bad.