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Prince Harry 'I'm better than William'

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Princes William and Harry have spoken about their desire to serve their country in the armed forces.

Both are learning to fly helicopters at RAF Shawbury in Shropshire.

Prince William, 26, is learning to become an RAF search and rescue pilot while Prince Harry, 24, is six months into a course to become an Army helicopter pilot.

Prince Harry says he is enjoying his training with the military and hopes to be deployed in Afghanistan as a helicopter pilot in the future.

Prince Harry and Prince William joked about living together and the rivalry between the RAF and the Army.

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