Prince Harry to be deployed to Ariz., Calif.
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Prince Harry is deploying to the desert this week, but not in Afghanistan. He'll be training in Arizona, then in California.
The prince, who's known as "Captain Wales" in the army, will be performing Apache helicopter exercises. He'll also get a chance to fire a live missile for the first time.
Prince Harry is expected to spend about two months in Arizona before heading to California. He'll eventually join an Apache unit back home in Britain.
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