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    Of course, what they’re really doing is using the 24-hour clock, the world’s most widely used time format. In military time, this is done by using the word “hundred,” followed by “hours.” You never say “thousand,” even for times like 1000 (ten o’clock). The beautiful thing about military time is that it’s both concise and precise. With just four numbers and one letter, you can pinpoint an exact moment in time and even specify the time zone. Our normal everyday clocks are 12 hour clocks and that’s why we use am & pm. Finally, a simple chart can help you get a clear picture of the differences between military and standard time. However, if you’re interested in time value formatting, following are the instructions to manual military to standard time conversion, as well as the reverse. Convert military time to regular time with the Military Time Converter. This calculator also does conversion to military time from regular time. Time stamps referencing Greenwich Mean Time (GMT for short – often interchanged with Coordinated Universal Time/UTC) is denoted by a “Z” at the end, and is written as 0752Z. The local time is denoted by a “J” at the end, and the eastern time zone is denoted by an “R” at the end.

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