London: Prince Harry, who is trained to fly Apache attack helicopters, Sunday joined the Royal Bahamian Defence Force to study the defensive capabilities of the island nation.
A website reports the security exercise will last several hours. Harry will also spend time with servicemen to learn about their operations.
While in the Bahamas, Harry will attend a Thanksgiving service to mark the Queen`s 60th year on the throne. He will be joined by the governor general of the island, Sir Arthur Foulkes.
He will also tour the island`s capital Nassau, give a speech at Rawson Square and visit an open-air photography exhibition celebrating Queen Elizabeth and her relationship with the Bahamas.
After the Bahamas, Harry will visit Jamaica and Brazil.