PRINCE Harry said to one pilot, "you nailed it", as he presented 12 graduates with their winged insignia in the final ceremony to be held in Middle Wallop today.

The Wings Parade, which signifies graduates as qualified army pilots, will now move to the Defence Helicopter Flying School in Shawbury.

Prince Harry presented the pilots of Course 17/02 their wings in an official ceremony hosted at the Museum of Army Flying before heading outside in the sunshine to watch an Apache helicopter flyover.

The prince himself completed the course in 2010 and was presented his own wings by his father Prince Charles in Middle Wallop.

Prince Harry said: "Congratulations to every single one of you. The course is designed to put you through your paces and your mental capacity has doubled already. 

"You have been through this and forever you will be friends for life, you wilk head off in different directions but stay in touch with each other.

"You are now going to be flying some of the best aircrafts we have to offer, you are the assets. Don’t forget who you are serving and supporting when you are flying 2,000 feet above, remember who you are supporting down on the ground.

"You have got the ability to bring a huge amount of resources well done, enjoy, it it is only going to get harder."

During the visit to the home of Army aviation he was given the chance to speak to friends and family of the graduates and was able to watch the ceremonial fly-past in recognition of the final Wings Parade.