Prince Charles has opened a new Jubilee Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court for the treatment of wounded soldiers.
Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall toured the facility before opening the £16.9 million, 48-bed complex, which includes therapy rooms, a gym and a workshop for hi-tech prosthetic limbs.
During the visit, the Prince spoke about the number of British service personnel being wounded in Afghanistan "on a daily basis", saying the number of troops being injured is "astonishing".
"So often people don't hear about the number of people who are wounded on a daily basis in Afghanistan," he said.
"It is only when you visit the Queen Elizabeth Hospital or here that you realise how many people are going through such horrific experiences. It is astonishing.
"It makes me feel incredibly small and humble, what they have been through, what they go on to do and the inspiration they provide to others."