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      You express the time using the full hour, from 00 to 23 which show how many hours passed since midnight, followed by “hundred”, then minutes, followed by “hours”. In the full statement, you should also include the time zone, respectively. If you are saying a time crossing borders or in multiple time zones, you absolutely must use the military time zone chart. It may not be necessary if both parties are in the same time zone. 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. If you look at our list of military time zones, you will notice that the letter J is missing. J Time, or Juliet Time, does not refer to a particular time zone but can be used to denote the local time of the person stating the time. Transitioning to military time can be confusing, but our Military Time Chart Templates make it easy to convert between standard and military time formats. These printable templates provide a comprehensive reference guide that displays the corresponding military time for each hour of the day. Military timekeeping systems also use their own time zones, which are assigned a letter from the NATO phonetic alphabet to distinguish them from one another. For instance, the time zone R/Romeo refers to US Eastern Standard Time, UTC-5.

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