Friday, June 17, 2011

Prince Harry returns to Afghanistan

Prince Harry is ready to return to frontline in Afghanistan. The MoD has refused to comment on this return to active duty but Harry says that the prince, who recently earned the Apache helicopter pilot, would already be preparing for his new mission.

Meanwhile, Clarence House explained that the deployment of the prince is a matter for the Army. "Harry is an army pilot and can be aimed where you choose the Army. His career does not end until 2012 and their fate up to the chain of command of the Army" The prince has already served 10 weeks in Afghanistan as an air traffic controller during the 2007 and 2008 season, leading fighters against Taliban positions in Helmand province.

His term was interrupted when several mandatory foreign websites reported on details of the mission that led the British prince. Young Harry was evacuated from Afghanistan for fear that their presence increases the chances of attack on his fellow troops. When you finish this course, within seven months, Harry is assigned to a squad where he will spend the next four years.

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