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RAAF Surveillance and Response Group

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This brief by the Commander of the Royal Australian Air Force's Surveillance and Response Group provides an overview on the SRG, and its organization and focus.

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RAAF Surveillance and Response Group

  1. 1. Surveillance and Response Group Surveillance & Response Group AIRCDRE Craig Heap (Commander SRG) Surveillance and Response Group
  2. 2. Surveillance and Response Group Scope SRG Mission & Roles Organisation
  3. 3. Surveillance and Response Group SRG Mission To sustain and enhance multi-domain intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, strike, control of the air, and airspace management and control capabilities, across the full spectrum of operations in support of Australia’s national interests Commander SRG – Air Commodore Craig Heap
  4. 4. Surveillance and Response Group HQSRG 41WG ADGE/OTHR/SPACE 42WG AEW&C 44WG ABATS / BAC 92WG MISRR - ISREW 3 CRU 114 MCRU 1 RSU SACTU 2 SQN 452 SQN 10 SQN 11 SQN 292 SQN 453 SQN SRG Structure: (approx 2220 personnel) DARWIN DARWIN EDINBURGH EDINBURGH EDINBURGH WILLIAMTOWN WILLIAMTOWN WILLIAMTOWN WILLIAMTOWN WILLIAMTOWN EDINBURGH
  5. 5. Surveillance and Response Group 41WG •  HQ Williamtown – 3 Control and Reporting Unit – 114 Mobile Control and Reporting Unit - Darwin – Surveillance and Control Training Unit – 1 Remote Sensor Unit - Edinburgh •  Provides – Air Battle Management – Surveillance (Air and Space)
  6. 6. Surveillance and Response Group 42WG •  HQ Williamtown – 2 SQN: E-7A Wedgetail •  Provides – Airborne Early Warning and Control – Air Battle Management
  7. 7. Surveillance and Response Group 44WG •  HQ Williamtown – 452SQN – HQ Darwin – 453 SQN – HQ Williamtown •  Provides – Air Base Air Traffic Services across the 11 ADF Bases – Battlefield Airspace Control
  8. 8. Surveillance and Response Group 92WG •  HQ Edinburgh – 10 SQN: AP-3C – 11 SQN: P-8A – 292 SQN: Training and type conversion •  Provides – Maritime Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Response
  9. 9. Surveillance and Response Group SRG Unit Disposition • Williamtown 114 MCRU 452 SQN HQ 92WG Det (JFAS site) Ø  41WG Ø  42 WG Ø  44WG Ø  92 WG 3CRU Det JBAC FLT • Longreach • Laverton • Darwin • Tindal •  Edinburgh • Alice Springs • Richmond • Pearce • East Sale • Townsville (JORN site) (JORN site) • Amberley JBAC FLT JBAC FLT JBAC FLT JBAC FLT JBAC FLT • Nowra JBAC FLT JBAC FLT • Oakey 1RSU 92 WG HQ 10 SQN 11 SQN 292 SQN SRG HQ 41WG HQ 3CRU SACTU 44 WG HQ 453 SQN HQ 42 WG HQ 2SQN • Harold E Holt (C-Band, SST) JBAC FLT JBAC FLT JBAC FLT Dispersed FEG 11 Airfields 4 Remote sites
  10. 10. Surveillance and Response Group •  Multi Domain ISREW –  Air, Space, Surface, Subsurface domains •  Battlespace Management –  Air / Ground Control Intercept / Air Battle Management –  Airspace Management and coordination –  Air Traffic Control (fixed and deployable) –  Battlefield Airspace Control •  Maritime Response –  Strike (ASW/ASUW) •  (ASW) Antisubmarine Warfare •  (ASUW) Anti-surface Warfare SRG Roles
  11. 11. Surveillance and Response Group Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance •  Use a Systems approach to ISREW •  Air Assets –  Current •  AP-3C Orion •  P-8A Poseidon •  E-7A Wedgetail
  12. 12. Surveillance and Response Group Airspace Management and Control •  Provision of: –  Air Base Air Traffic Services –  Battlefield Airspace Control –  Air Battle Management –  Recognised Air Picture •  Combination of: –  Jindalee Over the Horizon –  Space Situational Awareness –  Air traffic (mil and civil) and Air Defence radars

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