Prince Harry introduces UK squad for 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando

Britain's Prince Harry, 2nd left, unveils the UK team for the upcoming Invictus Games 2016, at Buckingham Palace in London Wednesday April 6, 2016. Prince Harry joined the military veterans and serving men and women athletes selected for the Paralympics-style sporting spectacle to be held in Florida, USA, in May 2016. (Jeremy Selwin/pool via AP)

LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry has unveiled Britain’s team of Invictus Games athletes ahead of the 2016 Paralympics-style event, which will be held in Orlando.

Harry posed with most of the 110 athletes Wednesday at Buckingham Palace.

The games for veterans and serving men and women will be held in Florida next month. Harry has been a driving force behind the competition for wounded, sick or injured service personnel and veterans. The first games were held two years ago.

Harry, 31, is a military veteran who served in Afghanistan. He is fifth in line to British throne.

The 2016 Invictus Games will be held May 8 through 12 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.

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