LONDON, Jan. 2 (UPI) -- Prince Harry could be headed back to front-line service in Afghanistan two years from now, British military sources said.
The Sunday Express cited "insiders" at the training center where the prince is learning to fly the Apache gunship as saying all soldiers who pass the course will be sent into combat.
Lt. Harry Wales, as the queen's grandson is known in the army, served for 10 weeks in war-torn Helmand province in 2007-08 before a magazine revealed his presence and he was sent home.
In March, Harry's training will transfer to Scotland. It is believed he will be stationed at RAF Kinloss base and fly over the Cairngorm Mountains, the Express said.
Senior Army Air Corps sources said if he finishes in April he will have six to eight months of specialist training.
The prince is expected to spend a further year with a regiment at home before being deployed around Christmas 2012.