|Standard Time||Military Time Equivalent||Military Time Equivalent|
0715 Hours in Military Time Is 7:15 AM in Regular Time.
If you are told to pick your Young Marine up at 1745, that means you need to pick up at 5:45 pm. Note: For times greater than 1200, just subtract 1200 to get normal time, 1745-1200=545=5:45 pm normal time.
|Standard Time||Military Time||Pronunciation|
|8:30 PM||2030||Twenty Thirty Hours|
|9:00 PM||2100||Twenty One Hundred Hours|
|9:30 PM||2130||Twenty One Thirty Hours|
|10:00 PM||2200||Twenty Two Hundred Hours|
|24-hour clock||12-hour clock|
|24 hour clock||21:15|
|12 hour clock (AM/PM)||9:15 PM|
9:00 p.m. — 2100 hrs.
“Two zero hundred” formally, “Twenty hundred” informally. But I would write it as 2000, not 20:00, so I guess I would be more likely to read the version with the colon as twenty hundred. Never “twenty hundred hours”!
|Military Time||Standard Time|
|0000 / 2400||12:00 AM / Midnight|
|12-hour clock||12:45 PM|
|0:00 Millitary Time =||0:00 Standard Time|
|19:30 Millitary Time =||7:30 PM Standard Time|
|20:00 Millitary Time =||8:00 PM Standard Time|
|20:30 Millitary Time =||8:30 PM Standard Time|
|21:00 Millitary Time =||9:00 PM Standard Time|
6:00 PM equals 18:00. 7:00 PM equals 19:00. 8:00 PM equals 20:00. 9:00 PM equals 21:00. 10:00 PM equals 22:00.
How to Calculate Military Time. The simplest way to calculate military time is if you see an hour greater than 12, subtract 12 to get the p.m. time. For example, it’s 1700. (17 – 12 = 5:00 pm).
When using a 12-hour clock, 12 pm typically refers to noon and 12 am means midnight. … To avoid any confusion, 12 o’clock should be written as 12 noon or 12 midnight instead. Alternatively, you could use the 24-hour clock system, where 12:00 is noon and 00:00 (or 24:00) is midnight.
|Military Time||Standard Time|
24-Hour Clock Time Conversion Table1 AM01:009 PM21:0010 PM22:0011 PM23:00
Midnight In Military Time In the 24-hour format, midnight has two designations, 0000 and 2400 : If your day begins at midnight, you use 0000 in military time, pronounced “zero hundred hours.” If your day ends at midnight, you end your day at 2400 , pronounced “24 hundred hours.”
12-hour am-pm clock24-hour military time9:00 pm21:0010:00 pm22:0011:00 pm23:0012:00 midnight24:00
Simple answer: If it is the beginning of the day, activity, or event then use 0000 (Pronounced: “Zero Hundred Hours” or “Midnight”). If it is the end of the day, activity or event then use 2400 (Pronounced: “Zero Hundred Hours,” “Twenty Four Hundred Hours,” or “Midnight”).
- 4 p.m. is 1600 hours.
- 5 p.m. is 1700 hours.
- 6 p.m. is 1800 hours.
- 10 p.m. is 2200 hours.
- 11 p.m. is 2300 hours.
UTC (Zulu)PST/ ALDTCDT/ EST020018002100030019002200040020002300050021000000*
Military time uses a leading zero and doesn’t have a colon, while 24 hour time uses a colon but not a leading zero. For example, 8 o’clock AM is shown as 0800 in military and 8:00 in 24 hour time. 8 PM would be 2000 (military) and 20:00 (24 hour).
A timestamp in Zulu format would look like TZ. That is a date “YYYY-MM-DD” with the four-digit Year, two-digit month and two-digit day, “T” for “time,” followed by a time formatted as “HH:MM:SS” with hours, minutes and seconds, all followed with a “Z” to denote that it is Zulu format.
ESTIST7am5:30 pm8am6:30 pm9am7:30 pm10am8:30 pm
Clock FormatTime24 hour clock21:3012 hour clock (AM/PM)9:30 PM
The phrase eleventh hour has a Biblical origin; it comes from a parable in Matthew in which a few last-minute workers, hired long after the others, are paid the same wage. Despite being brought on the job after eleven hours of hard vineyard work, they weren’t too late.
Clock FormatTime24 hour clock19:4512 hour clock (AM/PM)7:45 PM
: the latest possible time before it is too late still making changes at the eleventh hour.