Prince Harry has just finished a 20-week tour of Afghanistan and will return to the UK later this week.
As a gunner in Apache attack helicopters, he flew on scores of missions and admitted killing Taliban insurgents during his tour.
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Captain Wales, as he is known as in the army, was hailed by colleagues and superiors for fitting into his unit well and for being "on top of his game" during the busy and dangerous tour.
Harry was given no special treatment during his tour, according to his superiors, and was required to work, rest, eat and sleep in exactly the same conditions as the other pilots in his squadron.
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