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.
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 You read all the a.m. times normally. For the p.m. times 1:00 becomes 1300 hours, 2:00 becomes 1400 hours and so forth and so on for the rest of the day. So you basically subtract http://www.ask.com/web-answers/Reference/Dictionar...
 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 http://www.ehow.com/how_6595155_read-military-time...
 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 http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_read_military...
 1. Understand the military clock. The military clock starts at midnight, known as 0000 hours. This is called "Zero Hundred Hours. Instead of having a twelve-hour clock that resets http://www.wikihow.com/Tell-Military-Time