For the last 20 weeks Prince Harry has been working as a co-pilot gunner in attack helicopters.
The 28-year-old, known to colleagues as 'Captain Wales', said: "It's easy to completely forget about who I am when I'm in the Army. Everyone's wearing the same uniform and doing the same kind of thing."
Now a fellow soldier from Bridgend, who has been flying alongside him, has backed this up - saying the Prince is 'just one of the team' when he's serving.
Nicola Hendy reports.
The charity Walking With the Wounded is looking for a Welsh man or woman to join its team as part of an expedition to Mount Everest aimed at raising £2 million.
The organisation - which boasts Prince Harry as its patron - wants to involve a representative from each of the four home nations in its fundraising effort.
Walking With the Wounded is aiming to be the first team of wounded ex-service people to climb Everest.
It works with ex-servicemen and women to re-train and re-equip them to cope with their injuries.