May 11 - Prince Harry offers support to wounded warriors in U.S. tour. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Prince Harry joins injured British and U.S. military personnel who are competing in the Warrior Games competition for wounded service members.
The Prince himself spent 20 weeks with the British army in Afghanistan where he was a gunner in Apache attack helicopters. He has also become a voice for charities that help those wounded in action
He tried his hand at playing sitting volleyball with the British team at the Warrior Games.
Later the 28-year-old royal later joined a reception for the athletes.
He also spoke briefly about royal life and his focus on the Warrior games
. (SOUNDBITE) (English) PRINCE HARRY SAYING:
"A year ago, I was in Washington on the ambassador's lawn to plant a tree which is what most of our family do nowadays, but after doing that I had a chance to meet some of the U.S. and UK teams that had just come back from last year's warrior games and I remember sitting down and having a chat with them and sort of thinking to myself how unfortunate I had been to not have the chance to go to last year's Warrior Games and to see them win all their medals, despite the fact that we weren't officially part of it. So I said to myself and to my team who have been running around the room all here today that no matter what happens, we need to be here, we need to get ourselves involved with the next one."
The Prince is on a seven-day visit to the United States.
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