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Książę Sussex w Norwegii (32)

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972m) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972l) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972ct) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972cd) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972ag) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972bs) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972d) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972bd) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972q) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972e) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972da) Prince Harry in a Quincey Shelter, a makeshift shelter built of snow, during a visit to Exercise Clockwork in Bardufoss, Norway, for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972ck) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972ca) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972bq) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972b) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX/Shutterstock (10106972am) Prince Harry, Captain General Royal Marines, will visit Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. Prince Harry visit to Bardufoss, Norway - 14 Feb 2019 On Thursday 14th February, The Duke of Sussex will fly to the Air Station in Bardufoss to meet military personnel living and training across six months of the year on the base. During the visit, His Royal Highness will be briefed on the history and context of Clockwork. The Duke will view a variety of outdoor Ground Training Stances, which will demonstrate the equipment and training that is conducted at Clockwork; it will include field tents, snow vehicles and a Quincey Shelter - a makeshift shelter built of snow in which the elite forces are able to camp. His Royal Highness will also visit an aviation hangar housing some of the specialist aircraft including Apache, Merlin and Wildcat helicopters and will talk with expert aircrews and engineers. The Duke will then join Clockwork personnel to celebrate the 50th anniversary before departing.
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Britain's Prince Harry visits Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training in Bardufoss, Norway, Thursday Feb. 14, 2019. Exercise Clockwork is the traditional name for the annual winter exercise, based in one of the world's most demanding environments, 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in north Norway. (Rune Stoltz Bertinussen/NTB Scanpix via AP)
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Britain's Prince Harry, center left, talks to military personnel as he visits Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training in Bardufoss, Norway, Thursday Feb. 14, 2019. Exercise Clockwork is the traditional name for the annual winter exercise, based in one of the world's most demanding environments, 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in north Norway. (Rune Stoltz Bertinussen/NTB Scanpix via AP)
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Britain's Prince Harry is greeted by British Ambassador to Norway Richard Wood ahead of his visit to Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training in Bardufoss, Norway, Thursday Feb. 14, 2019. Exercise Clockwork is the traditional name for the annual winter exercise, based in one of the world's most demanding environments, 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in north Norway. (Rune Stoltz Bertinussen/NTB Scanpix via AP)
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Britain's Prince Harry visits Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training in Bardufoss, Norway, Thursday Feb. 14, 2019. Exercise Clockwork is the traditional name for the annual winter exercise, based in one of the world's most demanding environments, 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle in north Norway. (Rune Stoltz Bertinussen/NTB Scanpix via AP)
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Britain's Prince Harry Captain General Royal Marines, sits in a snow cave made by British military personnel and decorated with photos from his wedding to Meghan, during his visit to Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command, deploying to Bardufoss, Norway, Thursday Feb. 14, 2019, for extreme cold weather training. (Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix via AP)
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The Duke of Sussex during a visit to Exercise Clockwork in Bardufoss, Norway, for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying for extreme cold weather training.
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The Duke of Sussex before being briefed on the history and context of Clockwork during a visit to Exercise Clockwork in Bardufoss, Norway, for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying for extreme cold weather training.
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Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, greets British and Norwegian troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, speaks with British and Norwegian troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, greets British and Norwegian troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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Britain's Prince Harry (C), Duke of Sussex, speaks with troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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Britain's Prince Harry (C), Duke of Sussex, speaks with British and Norwegian troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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Britain's Prince Harry (2nd R), Duke of Sussex, speaks with troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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Britain's Prince Harry (2nd L), Duke of Sussex, greets British and Norwegian troops on February 14, 2019 as he visits the military base of Bardufoss. - The Duke of Sussex, Captain General Royal Marines, visits the Exercise Clockwork to celebrate 50 years of Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying to Bardufoss for extreme cold weather training. (Photo by Rune Stoltz Bertinussen / NTB scanpix / various sources / AFP) / Norway OUT
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The Duke of Sussex during a visit to Exercise Clockwork in Bardufoss, Norway, for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying for extreme cold weather training.
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The Duke of Sussex in a Quincey Shelter, a makeshift shelter built of snow, during a visit to Exercise Clockwork in Bardufoss, Norway, for a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Commando Helicopter Force and Joint Helicopter Command deploying for extreme cold weather training.
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