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The Royal Marines Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though they technically outrank the RSM. Former Corps RSM Phil Gilby carries the sword of Major Alastair Donald, which was presented to him by Donald's widow.

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  • The Royal Marines Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though they technically outrank the RSM. Former Corps RSM Phil Gilby carries the sword of Major Alastair Donald, which was presented to him by Donald's widow.
  • Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though the latter technically outrank the RSM. Former Corps RSM Phil Gilby carries the sword of Major Alastair Donald, which was presented to him by Donald's widow.
  • Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though the latter technically outrank the RSM.
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  • The Royal Marines Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though they technically outrank the RSM. Former Corps RSM Phil Gilby carries the sword of Major Alastair Donald, which was presented to him by Donald's widow.
  • Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though the latter technically outrank the RSM. Former Corps RSM Phil Gilby carries the sword of Major Alastair Donald, which was presented to him by Donald's widow.
  • Corps Regimental Sergeant Major (Corps RSM) is the most senior warrant officer of the Royal Marines. Responsible for maintaining standards and discipline within the Royal Marines, they act as a parental figure to their subordinates and also to junior officers, even though the latter technically outrank the RSM.
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