The Surveillance and Response Group is a Force Element Group (FEG) of the Royal Australian Air Force with its headquarters at RAAF Base Williamtown.
The group was formed on 30 March 2004 by amalgamating the Maritime Patrol Group and the Surveillance and Control Group. At this time it had a strength of over 2,100 personnel, and comprised No. 41, No. 44 and No. 92 Wings. No. 42 Wing became part of the group when it was re-formed on 1 January 2006.
No. 1 Remote Sensor Unit (1RSU), formerly known as No. 1 Radar Surveillance Unit, was renamed on 2 May 2015. 1RSU is the Royal Australian Air Force unit responsible for operating the Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN). While 1RSU is located at RAAF Base Edinburgh the Unit also has personnel stationed at the JORN sites near Longreach in Queensland, Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, and Laverton in Western Australia.
The Surveillance and Control Training Unit is a training unit of the Royal Australian Air Force. It is provides training and training development of air defence.
Formed in 1999 to provide training to the Surveillance and Control Group. In 2000, the unit relocated to the Eastern Regional Operations Centre at RAAF Base Williamtown and provides training for No. 41 Wing.