Friday, September 30, 2005
His first Army posting would be leading 30 squadies on a tense peacekeeping mission in war-torn Bosnia.
The 21-year-old prince could be shot at from rival ethnic groups during the six-month NATO mission.*
"Harry sees a tough infantry unit as the best way to prove himself. It is about the most dangerous place you can be in the Army," a senior military source was quoted by the Sun, as saying.
But Harry is determined to dump his initial choice for a regiment - the scandal-ridden Household Cavalry.
"I've got hooked on the infantry bug," he recently said. "I do enjoy running down a ditch full of mud, firing bullets," he added.
* actual odds af actually being shot at wouldbe higher in my gulag on a Friday or Saturday night. let's not overdramatize ourselves here!
Not you posting it, rather it's such big news. He is no different than the "real" soldiers on the ground. I hope he dosen't get anyone hurt.
and I stand by my words that at this point, Saturday night in the gulag is more dangerous, if you aren't careful which neighborhood you are in.