How Prince Harry Fired A 100-Pound Missile During Airstrike Attack On The Taliban In Afghanistan
It has been revealed that Prince Harry, who is serving as an Apache co-pilot in Afghanistan, has launched a devastating air strike against the Taliban in support to troops on the ground.
Part of the airstrike was a 100 lb. Hellfire missile.
The attack happened in late October, shortly after Prince Harry returned to Afghanistan for his second tour of duty as gunship co-pilot.
Captain Harry Wales – as he is known in the Army – is a co-pilot gunner in the Apache unit, the unit that has the highest “kill rate” in the war.
As the co-pilot gunner, Harry commands missions, fire the weapons, navigates and sometimes take over the controls.
“He [Harry] has approached the deployment with a range of emotions like any other soldier and feels both pride and anticipation as he deploys for a job he’s trained for, for so long,” said a spokesman in a statement.
“Prince Harry, like any soldier, considers it a great honor to represent his country in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces wherever it chooses to deploy him.”
Despite being royalty, Prince Harry takes much pride in serving his country.
Jordan Shepherd | Elite.