PRINCE Harry has qualified as a front-line Apache helicopter pilot after completing his training at Wattisham Airfield.
Captain Wales, as he is known in the Army, marked the end of his 18-month course to fly the attack helicopter on Wednesday.
During a special dinner held at the airbase to congratulate those who completed their training, the 27-year-old also claimed one of the best two young airmen awards – as top co-pilot gunner.
He received his trophy – a polished 30mm round from an Apache cannon mounted on a stand – at the event.
The Prince could return to serve in Afghanistan following a previous tour in 2008.
ALL SET: Prince Harry, pictured during a visit to RAF Honington last week.