Converting military time from civilian time is nearly as simple as counting to 24. The other things you need to remember are to use a 4digit number, which sometimes requires you
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Conversion from 12hour time to 24hour time: Is the time AM or PM? AM: Is the hour 12? Yes: Subtract 12 from the hour (make it 0) No: The hour stays the same. PM: Is the hour 12?
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1. Subtract 1200 from from the military notation if you are dealing with a military time of 1300 hours or greater. If it is less than 1300 hours, skip this step. For example: 2300
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1. Take a look at the outer numerals on the clock face. 2. Translate the mornings. Read off the numerals. The numerals 24 represent midnight in civilian time. The numerals 01 represent
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