Prince William eyes frontline army role
Prince William has hinted that he’d like to fight for his country.
The royal, 26, is currently training with the RAF to become a search and rescue pilot.
'I didn't join the forces to be mollycoddled or treated any differently,’ says Wills.
‘As far as I am concerned, in my eyes, if Harry can do it, then I can do it.
'As a future head of the Armed Forces it's really important you at least get the opportunity to be credible and to do the job I signed up for the best I can. That's all I have ever wanted.'
Last year, William’s brother Prince Harry, 24, spent ten weeks fighting in Afghanistan.
He hopes to return to the war-torn country when he finishes his own pilot course n 2011.
'To get out to Afghanistan again would be fantastic and my best chance is to do it from a helicopter,’ Harry tells the Daily Mail. ‘I hope that I can be better than the best.'