Prince Harry leaves Paki row behind to chase Apache dreams

January 20th, 2009 - 3:25 pm ICT by ANI  

London, January 20 (ANI): Prince Harry has apparently left the Paki row behind to get back to chasing his dreams of becoming a pilot of the meanest attack machine in the British Army.

The soldier prince, who has been accused of racism after calling a fellow Asian cadet our little Paki friend in a three year old home video, set his foot at the Army Air Corps HQ Hampshire to begin his training.

The 24-year-old, who is allegedly keen on making a comeback on the frontline after having being pulled out from the Afghan War, will undergo a rigorous 18-month-programme that will test his aptitude to handle the 45 million pound Apache.

The party-loving royal will also be required to follow the Armys strict rules for the learner pilots that include staying away from the bottle for months at a time.

There is a huge amount of info for Harry to take in, the Sun quoted a source at the Army Air Corps base in Middle Wallop as saying. (ANI)

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