A formal handover ceremony has been held in Horse Guards Parade in London's Whitehall to mark General Sir David Richards stepping down as Chief of the Defence.
During the ceremony, members of the Armed Forces and Defence Secretary Phillip Hammond paid tribute to General Richards who said "it was a poignant time" as he ends 42 years in the Armed Forces.
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