Prince Harry ends Afghan tour, says he killed Taleban
LONDON (AFP) - Britain's Prince Harry said he killed Taleban fighters during his stint as a helicopter gunner in Afghanistan, in comments that can be reported after he completed his tour of duty on Monday.
Harry, third in line to the throne, spent a 20-week posting flying scores of missions over the restive southern Helmand Province in an Apache attack chopper.
The 28-year-old said Islamist insurgents were put "out of the game" and described life in Britain's sprawling Camp Bastion base, where he slept in a tent and a shipping container.
Asked by Britain's Press Association if he had killed from the cockpit, Harry said: "Yeah, so lots of people have.