Reading Military Time?


You read the AM or morning time normally, but starting at 1; you continue from 12 to 13:00 at 1, 14:00 at 2 for the hours but the minutes remain the same for example 01:25 is 13:25. This continues until mid-night which is 24:00 then we go back to 01:00, 02:00.
Q&A Related to "Reading Military Time?"
1. Know how to pronounce daytime hours. Daytime hours are simple in the 24-hour system. Hours like 0100 to 0900 are pronounced as "Zero one hundred to zero nine hundred. From
If the military time says something like 0100 hours, it means it is exactly 1am. This is because 01 is 1 in the morning, and 00 is the minutes past it. For pm times, such as 1400
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How to Read Military Time
The most widely used method of telling time uses the 12-hour system. With this system, one must use "a.m." or "p.m." to denote whether it is the morning or afternoon. However, by using the 24-hour system, or military time, it is not necessary to use... More »
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