UK - Royals - Prince William graduates from Royal Air Force base Cranwel
Prince Charles (L), father of Prince William of England (R) view training aircraft at RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire, north east England. The Prince graduates l from his four month RAF training learning to fly three different types of aircraft. He will take the RAF rank of Flying Officer and will be called Flying Officer Wales whilst with the RAF but remained under full command of the Army throughout his attachment (specifically the Household Cavalry Regiment) The attachment was part of a wider programme of events designed to prepare the Prince for his future role as head of the Armed Forces.
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