Captain Harry Wales, as he is known in the Army, will today hone his flying skills and get to grips with the fearsome Apache armoury before going out on operations in his role as co-pilot gunner.
The Prince has spent his third night in the Helmand province base, a huge site in the middle of the desert shared with US, Estonian, Danish and Afghan troops in the south west of the country.
A Royal Marine hailed a "real hero" by Prince Harry says he sympathises with the royal's urge to return to frontline duties.
James Edgar, a journalist at the Press Association, is at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan with Prince Harry on behalf of the British media.
How Prince Harry's deployment to Afghanistan is very different to his last.