Prince Harry 'Can't Wait' to Deploy

    A photograph made available on February 28, 2008, shows Britain's Prince Harry carrying a 9mm pistol and wearing body armour in the desert in Helmand province in Southern Afghanistan, on February 18, 2008. Prince Harry, the youngest son of Prince Charles and the late princess Diana, has been fighting the Taliban on the front line in Afghanistan, the defence ministry in London said Thursday. The 23-year-old, an officer in the Household Cavalry regiment, has spent the past 10 weeks secretly serving in the volatile southern province of Helmand, where most of Britain's troops are based. AFP PHOTO/John Stillwell/POOL (Photo credit should read JOHN STILLWELL/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Look how responsible party-boy Prince Harry is growing up to be: speaking at a military awards gala in London on Monday, Harry told attendees he "couldn't wait" for his next tour in Afghanistan. He spent the second half of this year completing his Apache helicopter training in the U.S. and said he is "looking forward to putting it into practice." Harry served his first tour in Afghanistan in 2007-08 but was pulled out after 10 weeks when foreign media reported his presence there.

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