Captain Harry Wales in the bush as part of his deployment with the Australian Defence Forces. Picture: Kensington Palace
Captain Harry Wales in the bush as part of his deployment with the Australian Defence Forces. Picture: Kensington Palace

Captain Harry makes the rounds during Australian deployment

CAPTAIN Harry Wales has certainly been making the most of his trip Down Under after details emerged of what he has been up to during his first two weeks working alongside Australian defence personnel.

Captain Wales is currently on a month-long deployment with the Australian Defence Force which has seen him spend time on patrol in the bush, learning survival skills and piloting reconnaissance helicopters.

He has also spent time with indigenous elders and children of the Wuggubun community, located in the remote Kununurra region of Western Australia, and has also met with some of the Army's wounded, injured and ill members.

Captain Wales is expected to attend the Anzac Day Centenary Service at Gallipoli next weekend before heading back to Australia to continue his deployment with Australian Army units in Perth and Sydney.

- APN NEWSDESK.


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