Prince Harry arrives in Sydney to begin one of his final chapters in his 10 year military career
April 6 Sydney: Prince Harry known as Captain Harry Wales in the British Army has arrived in Sydney to begin a month-long exchange with the Australian Army. Prince Harry will leave the British Army in June after ten years’ service, which included two tours of Afghanistan, ABC reported.
Before he reports for duty on Monday, the prince will lay a wreath at the war memorial in Canberra. During his attachment, Harry will also accompany Prince Charles on a trip to Turkey at the end of April for commemorations on the anniversary of the battle of Gallipoli.
Prince Harry will spend time in Sydney, Darwin and Perth In a statement, the Australian Defense Force told in an interview with Hello magazine the visit aiming to provide Harry with “an authentic military experience in the Australian army that builds on his previous experience with coalition forces and complements his work with wounded, injured and ill service personnel.” He added that Captain Wales will also take part in routine activities, such as physical training, first aid training and pack marches.
rry described his decision of leave Army to Hello Magazine as “really tough”, and has said his experiences in the military will “stay with me for the rest of my life” The Oslo Times