At the end of 1964 it is of interest that the Regiment (the RHQ was based at RAF Changi) was responsible for ten airfields in the Far East namely RAF Gan in the Indian Ocean; RAF Changi, Seletar and Tengah on Singapore Island; RAF Kuching, Labuan and Tawau in North Bobeaughfighter.airneo; RAF Kuantan, Alor Star and RAAF Butterworth in Malaya.

As well as these airfields there were smaller installations in Singapore such as the Radar Site at Bukit Gombak, the RAF transmitter and receiver stations at Jurong, Amoy Quee and Chia Keng and the civil airport at Paya Lebar.

In all, this empire covered 3,200 miles from East to West and 700 miles from North to South; surely one of the most widely dispersed Regiments in the British Army.