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Question by  perapera (20)

How can I find out what time it is using military times?

I never understood military time.


Answer by  CandyJohn (138)

Military time features no colon separating minutes and doesn't feature an AM PM. So midnight would be 0000 instead of 12:00 and noon would be 1200 instead of 12:00. Miltary time goes from 0000 to 2359. If I said meet me at 2051, I mean 8:51 PM. If I said me at 0851, I mean 8:51 AM.


Answer by  noonespecial (235)

Military time works off of a 24 hour clock, so zero-hundred would be 12:00am, nine hundred would be 9:00am, and seventeen hundred would be 5:00pm.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Military time starts with midnight as zero. It then counts a 24 hour day. In the morning, military time and civilian time agree. After 12 noon, take the civilian time and add 12 to get the military time. For example, 4:00 PM is 16:00 hours in military time.


Answer by  AJ47 (23)

Military time is based on a 24 hr clock. If the time is less than 12, then it is AM. 0400 is 4am, 1100 is 11am. If the time is greater than 12 then it is PM, subtract 12 to get the hour. 1600, (16-12=4) is 4pm, 2200, (22-12=10) is 10pm.


Answer by  amj (99)

For AM, miliary time is the same as standard time. For PM, all you need to do is subtract the number 12 and that will convert it to standard time for you. For example, if it is 13:00, all you would so is subtract 12 from the 13. That would make it 1:00 PM.


Answer by  TheAnswerFairy (2345)

Military time uses 24 hours instead of 12. If it is before noon, the time is the same: 8:00am=800 hours. After noon, subtract 12 to get "normal" time.


Answer by  joantherea (14)

Military time is really quite simple. It uses a 24-hour clock. That means that 1:00 p.m. our time is 1300 military time. The first 12 hours of a day are the same. Then after that, you add one hour to 12 for 1:00 p.m. etc.


Answer by  bean11 (2803)

Military time is also known as 24 hour time, because it uses a 24 hour scale instead of 12. All you need to do is add 12 hours to the time if it's during the afternoon, or subtract 12 hours if it's nighttime.


Answer by  Cecilia (2828)

Military time is simply a 24 hr clock instead of two 12 hr clocks (AM and PM). You start adding 12 after Noon, so 2:30PM becomes 14:30.


Answer by  malou21 (134)

After 12:00 noon the 1:00 in the afternoon must read 1300(thirteen hundreds hours). For examples the time is 2200. Computation is involved. 2200 minus 1200 the answer is 10pm.


Answer by  joantheresa (1421)

Military time uses a 24 hr. clock. So after 12 noon, you add 1 for each hr. 1 p.m. is 1300 hrs., 2 p.m. is 1400 hrs. etc.

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