February 28, 2008 - The British Ministry of Defense announces that Prince Harry has secretly been serving in Afghanistan with his Army unit on a four-month mission since December 2007.

February 29, 2008 - Harry is withdrawn from Afghanistan for security reasons a day after the media discloses that he has been fighting there for several weeks.

May 5, 2008 - Princess Anne presents Harry and his unit, the Household Cavalry Regiment, with the Operational Service Medal for their time in Afghanistan.

May 2009 - During his first official visit to the United States, Harry visits Ground Zero and leaves a wreath of flowers with a signed note.

May 7, 2010 - Completes the Army Pilots Course and receives his provisional "wings."

July 2010 - Begins Apache helicopter training with the Army Air Corps.

March 29-April 5, 2011 - Accompanies the Walking with the Wounded Expedition to the North Pole.

April 14, 2011 - Is promoted to captain and qualifies as an Apache helicopter pilot.

April 29, 2011 - Is best man at his brother William's wedding.

October 2011 - Trains in the California and Arizona deserts with Apache helicopters during Exercise Crimson Eagle.

August 24, 2012 - The Sun, a British tabloid, publishes photos of the prince partying nude in a Las Vegas hotel. These photos were first published by TMZ.

September 7, 2012 - Prince Harry arrives in Afghanistan to begin serving a 20 week deployment as an Apache helicopter pilot. He returns home after his deployment ends in January 2013.

May 9-16, 2013 - A week-long official visit to the United States begins in Washington D. C. and ends in Greenwich, Connecticut. During his stay the prince meets with First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House, plays volleyball in Colorado Springs with wounded veterans, tours areas stricken by Hurricane Sandy with New Jersey governor Chris Christie, plays baseball in Harlem and plays polo in Connecticut.

December 13, 2013 - Prince Harry and a trekking team made up of servicemen and women reach the South Pole as part of a charity event.