Prince Harry Vegas

September 5, 2011 by Post Team 

Prince Harry VegasPrince Harry Vegas, Prince Harry will party in Las Vegas during training in the U.S.  Prince Harry will train in the United States later this year to continue his experience in Apache helicopters

The real 26-year-old – who is known for the love of nights out – spend 48 hours in the gambling town to conduct a training course of 12 weeks in California and Arizona later this year as part of “tradition” of the participants.

A source told the Sunday Mirror: “It is traditional for the children of course, divided between California and Arizona, have a break in Las Vegas at the midpoint.

“The course does not have much downtime, it is very intense. This is an opportunity for pilots to let their hair down, relax and enjoy themselves.”

Ministry of Defence said Harry taking part in a training exercise for two months in the U.S., including environmental training, ammunition and tactical exercises. You will learn to use the weapons systems aboard a helicopter and participate in simulated combat missions with U.S. forces.

Harry, who was recently promoted to a captain in the Royal Air Force, known as the captain of Wales in the armed forces.

However, there will be a close watch on young people after his recent antics real holiday in Croatia.

London tabloids have been filled with photos of the third 26-year-old in the line of succession, taken during a recent trip to Croatia.

The shots show the play boy prince dancing, taking pictures and talking with women in a club.

Footage supposedly the prince shows him dancing on the edge of a pool dressed in an open-air disco on the island of Hvar, before jumping
With clothes on.

An aide to Britain’s Daily Star Royal said to be “words” that is common when the behavior of an army captain to lift the eyebrows.

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