If prince serves, army may come under fire


 "I think the military will be very wary about getting it right--getting it right in the public eye," said Amyas Godfrey, an associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, a London think tank.

"If he doesn't go, [the public] will say, bad decision, because they're treating him with kid gloves.

"If he does go and gets hurt, then it'll be a bad decision," Godfrey said. "The fact that it's in the public eye makes it a difficult decision."

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