Last year Prince Harry made the rounds in New York City during his weekend visit, but this year it seems he's starting off his trip to the States at West Point (they really like to make sure he doesn't party when he visits!).

According to WCBS, Harry, a lieutenant in the British Army, will take part in live-fire drills and watch field exercises at Camp Buckner. Since secretly serving in Afghanistan in 2008, he's wanted to be back on the front lines, and he's allegedly being trained as an Apache attack helicopter pilot.

Following his visit to the military academy, he'll be on board the flight deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to "promote cooperation between U.S. and British veteran organizations." But after that, it's all fun and games (sort of)—Saturday he'll throw the first pitch at the Mets game, and Sunday (after a walk for veterans in Central Park) he's off to Governors Island to participate in the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic for the second year in a row.