What is 1500 Military Time?

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What is 1500 Military Time?

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    This may require a few calculations if one military base in California is coordinating an operation with a base in Florida. For most events, the given military time refers to the local time zone, so 1345 hours in California may equate to 1645 hours at a base on the east coast. Any given time of day is expressed in four digits. The day in military time begins at midnight with 0000, pronounced “zero hundred hours” or simply “zero hundred.” Suppose the military time is 1300 hours, or after, subtract 12 from the specified hour to get the time in a 12-hour clock. Then add the colon between the hour and the minutes and put pm at the end. 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. Here is a conversion chart converting regular time to military time and how you would read or say that military time. 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. 3 PM standard time (12-hour time format) is equal to 1500 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.

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