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King Charles Hands Over Military Role to William

King Charles III formally passed on the role of Colonel-in-Chief of The Army Air Corps to his son, Prince William, in a military ceremony at the Army Aviation Centre in southern England.

During the event in Middle Wallop, Hampshire, the 75-year-old monarch expressed his confidence in Prince William, highlighting his son’s exemplary piloting skills.

The symbolic transition marks a significant moment as the King, who had held the position for 32 years, hands over the baton to his eldest son. Despite ongoing cancer treatment, King Charles engaged with veterans at the event, discussing shared experiences, including the effects of chemotherapy.

Prince William, previously an RAF search and rescue pilot, has a history with aviation, spending three years at RAF Valley in Anglesey.

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