Paying his respects to the American allies who lost their lives in the war with Afghanistan, Prince Harry continued his tour of the United States on Friday (May 10).
The youngest of the British royal family wore his No. 1 ceremonial uniform of The Blues and Royals as he solemnly walked through the gravestones and stopped at the tomb of the unknown soldier.
Having a personal connection with the soldiers, the 28-year-old Prince served two tours in Afghanistan as a member of the British Army.
After the memorial service, Harry headed to Walter Reed hospital, where he met with wounded troops recovering and the hospital”s new rehab simulator program in the Computer Assisted Rehab Environment room.