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Britain's Ministry of Defence revealed late on Monday that Prince Harry is returning from a 20-week deployment in Afghanistan, ...
where he served as an Apache helicopter co-pilot with the Army Air Corps. (Jan. 21)
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SHOTLIST:Pool - AP Clients Only Camp Bastion / Afghanistan -- Recent 1. Prince Harry climbing aboard helicopter 2. Prince Harry adjusting things aboard helicopter3. Helicopter taxiing on tarmac4. Prince Harry getting seated and adjusted in helicopter5. SOUNDBITE: Capt. Harry Wales / Apache Co-Pilot (Transcript Below)6. Prince Harry getting aboard helicopter7. Aerial shot of helicopter firing missiles 8. Night shot of Prince Harry inside helicopter9. SOUNDBITE: Capt. Harry Wales / Apache Co-Pilot (Transcript Below)10. Prince Harry running out of barracks with others toward helicopters on tarmac11. Prince Harry and others running on tarmac12. Prince Harry being interviewed on tarmac13. Prince Harry being interviewed beside helicopter14. Tight of Prince Harry at controls in helicopter15. Medium of helicopter hovering lowVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:BRITAIN'S MINISTRY OF DEFENSE SAYS PRINCE HARRY IS COMING HOME FROM A FIVE-MONTH DEPLOYMENT IN AFGHANISTAN, WHERE HE SERVED AS AN APACHE HELICOPTER PILOT WITH THE ARMY AIR CORPS.IT DID NOT REVEAL HIS CURRENT LOCATION.IN INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED RECENTLY IN AFGHANISTAN, PRINCE HARRY -- WHO IS KNOWN AS CAPTAIN WALES IN THE MILITARY -- SPOKE ABOUT A TOUR THAT SAW HIM KILL TALIBAN FIGHTERS DURING MISSIONS TO SUPPORT GROUND TROOPS.SOUNDBITE: Captain Harry Wales / Apache co-pilot"you can't lift off until certain things are done in the aircraft, and then as soon as you've got clearance from the ops room, straight up and off you go."STATIONED AT A SPRAWLING BRITISH BASE IN THE SOUTHERN AFGHAN DESERT, PRINCE HARRY -- WHO IS THIRD IN LINE TO THE BRITISH THRONE -- FLEW SCORES OF MISSIONS AS A CO-PILOT GUNNER ALTHOUGH SOME PEOPLE IN BRITAIN MAY QUESTION PLACING HIM IN DANGER, HE DOESN'T SEE IT THAT WAY.SOUNDBITE: Captain Harry Wales, Apache co-pilot: "If the guys who are doing the same job as us are being shot out on the ground, then I don't think there's anything wrong with us being shot at as well. People back home might have issues with that but we're not special. The guys out there are, simple as that."HARRY'S SECOND TOUR IN AFGHANISTAN WENT MORE SMOOTHLY THAN THE FIRST IN 2007-2008, WHICH WAS CUT SHORT AFTER TEN WEEKS WHEN A MAGAZINE AND WEBSITES DISCLOSED DETAILS OF HIS WHEREABOUTS.THIS TIME, THE MEDIA WERE ALLOWED LIMITED ACCESS TO THE PRINCE IN RETURN FOR NOT REPORTING OPERATIONAL DETAILS.SIGOUT - Sandy Kozell/Associated Press