Saturday, August 1, 2015

Army Capt. Prince Harry to train in America

Prince Harry Wales of the British Army Air Corps, is bound for the desert of Southern California and Arizona for helicopter
pilot training.

Army Capt. Prince Harry to train in America

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Prince Harry, 26, who is a captain in the British Army Air Corps will continue his intensive training as a helicopter pilot on our West Coast.

Capt. Harry Wales is scheduled to participate in Crimson Eagle, an exercise for Apache helicopter pilots in the Southern Californian desert.

Details of his trip will not be released for security purposes.

The Associated Press says Harry, who served two months with British forces in the war in Afghanistan, will travel at an unknown date to any one of three bases in the region: the naval aviation facility at El Centro in Imperial County, Calif., the Gila Bend (Ariz.) Auxiliary Air Force Base or the Barry M. Goldwater U.S. Air Force Range (Ariz.).

Here's a video report from British Forces News about Prince Harry's training.

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