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      With military time, they would have told you “Zero Five Hundred Hours” or “Seventeen Hundred Hours” which would clear up the confusion. For converting military time to standard time, input the military time, excluding a colon. Use the military time converter to quickly convert standard time to military time and vice versa. 1 PM standard time (12-hour time format) is equal to 1300 military time (24-hour time format). Once you get used to using military time, it will become second nature — there’s nothing really complex about this timekeeping method. And the best way to adapt to using military time is to set your computer to display military time or the 24-hour time format. Seeing military time as part of your daily routine is an excellent way to get the logic ingrained in your memory. Military time is a means of keeping, recording, and expressing time that’s based on the 24-hour format. The 24-hour cycle used in military time removes the need to use suffixes such as “AM” and “PM,” and thus makes time expression brief and unambiguous. 24 hour to 12 hour converter to convert regular time to military time. The following chart shows the 24 hour to 12 hour conversion for each hour. Unlike standard use of the 12-hour and 24-hour clocks, you don’t place a colon between the hour and the minutes when writing military time. A day on a standard clock moves in two 12-hour sections, while the military time clock marches in a single 24-hour block. When you have the need, our time conversion widget can quickly help you make the shift from one system to the other. With this came an international system of time zones known as Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). It is important to know the history of military time because it is based on the same system as the universal time zones. Just like a 12-hour digital clock, military time is always displayed in four digits. The first two digits represent the hour and the last two digits represent the minutes. 0000 (said “zero-hundred”) is midnight, and 1200 (said “twelve-hundred”) is noon. The chart below gives you a blueprint you can use to convert military time to standard time, as well as the other way round.

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