The new chief of the Royal Marines warned his senior comrades that a rift was brewing between parts of the Royal Navy.
Hours later, 600 people attended the funeral of Major General Matthew Holmes, 54, at Winchester Church, who was found hanged at home earlier this month.
Lt. Gen. Rob Magwon, who is in charge of the Marines, said the relationship between Major General Holmes and Chief of the Armed Forces Admiral Sir Tony Radakin is “publicly presented” and “disturbed.”
In a letter first published in the Daily Telegraph, Commandant General Royal Marines (CGRM), Lieutenant General Rob Magowon wrote that Major General Holmes, who attended the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, was “sorry. Were in place. The disadvantage of this “dream job”.
Referring to the colors of the shirts worn by the Navy and Marines, Lt. Gen. Maguwan said: “The controversy is between white shirts and loincloths, which does not help anyone.”
“This is making my job as CGRM difficult. I will manage it, but it is also affecting the servicing corps, as we strengthen the coordinated relationship in the navy to acquire a future commando force.” ۔ “
He added: “The focus this coming week is on celebrating Matt’s amazing career and helping his family. Anything else is a direct concern.
Disputes with the senior service are believed to have taken place between October and February last year, while the organization was undergoing administrative restructuring that led to the dismissal of Major General Holmes.
A Navy source told the PA News Agency: “The CGRM has written that changes have been made to improve maritime service and we must all follow them to ensure this. That the naval service continues to provide excellent services to the country. “
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