The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II retired from medical aviation.
became known, the husband of the Duchess of Cambridge has completed his service as
the pilot of a medical helicopter. He worked in this position for about two years. According to Prince, the memories of that time it will retain all
the rest of my life.
enrolled in Medical Aviation in Eastern England in July 2015. And although this
he had considerable experience of the helicopter pilot — he served in
The air force of the Royal Army — Prince had to go through an additional 4-month
the training course and pass the exam. Since then
he, the team have made
regular flights to rescue victims of accidents and hard
The objectives of the group include the provision of emergency medical care on the spot and
subsequent delivery of patients in
first departure the Prince had to take part in the salvation of men,
suffered from a serious heart
Happened to William, the team, save the children — for example, 9-year-old girl who was injured in the accident.
As a rule, experienced professionals able to cope with the situation. But there were cases
when they were powerless. Prince admitted that the heaviest
memories he had left about trying to rescue victims in a fire.
Then everything possible was done, but the burn patients proved to be incompatible with
life. As told to William, he then
very hard survived the failure of their rescue mission…
have told colleagues of the Prince, he was never limited by the fact that only
flew helicopters. William always tried to help the doctors, cheered
affected. So, the boy’s mother, smitten with a severe allergic attack, with
gratitude remembers how the Prince was comforting her son, who began
panic. William has been constructed from an inflated surgical glove toy and played with
her whole idea for a child…
it was a privilege to work in Medical Aviation. I will always carry
heart gratitude to my colleagues for their friendship and support. And yet –
admiration for their talent and professionalism!” — said the Prince.
this fall the Prince, having completed his service, moved from Sandringham in London with his wife Duchess Catherine and children George and Charlotte. And now he
intends to spend more time
his duties of a member of the Royal family to take on
part of the load, which becomes difficult to carry 91-year-old Elizabeth II.