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      The military is an obvious example, but hospitals and emergency services also use the 24-hour timekeeping system. 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. You can convert military time to standard 12-hour time using several methods; we’ll cover a few here. For most people, it can be difficult to memorize and use the military time chart. One of the best ways to learn is just by making a clock and practicing telling time. After a few repetitions, it will become easy, and hopefully, even second nature. Many veterans today only use a watch with military time. The conclusion in this post we described what the 24-hour method was and how it is used. Everybody knows that most industry’s need  precise time, without confusion, uses the 24-hour clock. We also learned that most of the world uses the 24-hour time in their daily routine. Using the provided chart and practice can allow you to convert time effortlessly. Don’t be confused when traveling abroad; learn to use the 24-hour clock. Today, many clocks and watches have the ability to use either the 12 or 24-hour clock display. Using 24-hour time is really simple, once some basic principles are understood. The day begins at 0000 and ends at 2400 (or 12 am to 12 pm). As the day progresses, time is simply counted up as the hours pass. At 12 noon, the time would be 1200 and half the day has passed. At 2 pm, the time would be 1400 on the 24-hour clock.

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