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Prince Harry Reveals He Went Through Psychological Testing After His Afghanistan Tour

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Get the details about Harry's time in the military.

Prince Harry is opening up about what it was like to get home from Afghanistan.

The royal was deployed with the British Army in December of 2007 for about ten weeks, before his location was revealed and the forces removed him from duty.

Related: Prince William & Prince Harry Have A Lightsaber Battle!

The 31-year-old recently told Sky News that he went through psychological testing after his time in the service, saying:

"The Army put you through a day, two-day course on the way back through Cyprus, which is crucial to everybody."

While the red-headed hunk's time in the military was short-lived, he admits he's seen some serious stuff that still stays with him:

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Beyonce & Jay Z Set Up An On The Run Concert Screening For 2,000 Soldiers On NYE With THIS Special Touch!

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Beyonce and Jay Z want you to know that they support our nation's armed forces.

On New Year's Eve, the power duo set up a private screening of their On The Run Tour special for 2,000 soldiers stationed in Kuwait and Afghanistan.

[ Related: Beyoncé Wears A Stunning Traditional Thai Headdress! ]

But get this…

Queen B even recorded a personal message for the troops that played right before the concert!

The diva herself said:

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A Brilliant Army Major Created A Boy Scouts Troop In Afghanistan And Changed A Lot Of Lives! Check Out This Amazing Story HERE!

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Talk about going beyond one's call of duty!

U.S. Army Maj. Glenn Battschinger is one extraordinary fellow!

The father of two boys was stationed in Afghanistan back in 2010 and was missing his kids and helping them with their Eagle Scout advancement.

To ease some of his homesickness, the Army Major decided to help some of the children whom he saw everyday.

After getting permission from his superiors, he gathered 40 of the boys around one day, and started to teach them the way of the Boy Scouts - including the program's pledge. He also got creative with the famous handkerchiefs that boy scouts wear by using material from parachute cords to replicate those knots!

Here's what Glenn Battschinger said:

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The Brave Marine Who Covered A Grenade To Save His Friend Will Receive Medal Of Honor! Kyle Carpenter’s Heroic Story Will Leave You Speechless!

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There may be nothing more horrible than war. But this story of courage and bravery proves that even in the darkest of times, there is still so much good in the world.

Kyle Carpenter, now a Marine Corps veteran, is about to become the Marines' third Medal of Honor recipient since the start of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is the highest combat valor award and it is not given to just anybody.

But after the sacrifice that Kyle made, there is no doubt that he’s earned it.

As a 21-year-old lance corporal, Carpenter intentionally covered an active grenade in order to save the life of his friend and fellow soldier, Lance Cpl. Nicholas Eufrazio. The blast nearly killed them both.

Carpenter lost his right eye, suffered a shattered jaw, and 30 breaks throughout his right arm. He also lost most of his teeth and still has scaring on his face from the shrapnel.

Eufrazio sustained damage to the frontal lobe of his brain and until recently, was unable to speak.

The Armed Forces initial investigation into what happened proved difficult. No one witnessed the blast, Eufrazio couldn’t talk and Carpenter said he couldn’t remember anything that happened due to trauma.

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Prince Harry Flies High No More! Set To Transition To A Staff Officer Role In London! Get Deets HERE!!

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Hmm, could quitting his daredevil job be his way of preparing to settle down with a certain someone?!

Prince Harry has decided to end his three-year role as an Apache helicopter pilot and transition into a staff officer role at the headquarters in London!

He's trading in his helicopter for a desk?! How safe of him!

In his new role, Harry will be aiding in organizing "major commemorative events" which involve the army. He keeps his rank of Captain and will remain a Commissioned Officer in the Household Cavalry.

We wonder what sparked this sudden change?

Could he want settle down with his girlfriend Cressida Bonas?

Or maybe he just wanted to be close to Prince William & Kate Middleton and his nephew, Prince George!

Whatever sparked the change, we're sure he'll be happier being closer to his family AND his lady love!

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Tom Cruise Thinks Acting Is As Tough As Fighting In Afghanistan!

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Tom Cruise thinks that acting is as tough as riding into an actual danger zone!

In a recent deposition for his libel case against a magazine that claimed he abandoned Suri, Tom said that location shoots were similar to serving a tour of duty in Afghanistan:

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Soldier Comes Home To Find His Dog Was Sold On Craigslist!!

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This is just so awful!!

There are few things we love more than watching soldiers reunite with their dogs after coming home from deployment.

This is basically the opposite!

Brandon Harker came home from Afghanistan a few weeks ago and found out his 2-year-old Labrador Oakley was gone.

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