Posted on Fri Oct 7, 2011 09:15 AM PDT
Prince Harry has arrived!
One of the world's most desirable bachelors has just touched down in the United States to begin his military training in Southern California and Arizona for the next two months.
The Prince, a British Army captain, will be taking part in Exercise Crimson Eagle, the final part of his Apache helicopter training course, in which he will practice live-firing exercises for the first time.
Harry will be based at Naval Air Facility El Centro, one of the locations used in Tom Cruise's 1986 flick Top Gun.
And while there isn't much of a social scene where the party-loving Prince is stationed, he will get a chance to spend 48 hours in Sin City to blow off a little steam during his stay!
Once Harry completes the course, he will be assigned to an Apache squadron with 16 Air Assault Brigade, and await deployment to Afghanistan.
Harry is just one of 20 students in the British Army participating in the training that ends at an Air Force station in Gila Bend, Arizona.
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