|Regional Force Surveillance Group|
|Part of||2nd Division|
The Regional Force Surveillance Group was formally established on 4 October 2018 to command the Australian Army's three Regional Force Surveillance Units and a training unit. Its establishment formalised previous command arrangements.
Upon formation, the Regional Force Surveillance Group comprised:
- NORFORCE (responsible for the Northern Territory and Kimberley region of Western Australia)
- The Pilbara Regiment (responsible for the Pilbara region of Western Australia)
- 51st Battalion, Far North Queensland Regiment (responsible for North Queensland)
- Indigenous Development Wing
The Indigenous Development Wing is responsible for delivering key training programs to Indigenous Australian soldiers across the Army and running the Regional Force Surveillance Group Education and Development Course. It was also established on 4 October 2018. The other three units are active regional force surveillance units which conduct operational patrols.
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- "Army Order of Battle". Australian Army. https://www.army.gov.au/our-people/army-order-of-battle. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
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