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    For example, for 2000 hours, subtract 12 from 20 to get 8 p.m. It is based on a 24 hour clock, and is a method of keeping hours in which the day runs from midnight to midnight and is divided into 24 hour increments. It is the most commonly used interval notation in the world. Military time is a day clock that measures hours to 24 instead of 12 hours like civilian time. Military time is used to avoid confusion between a.m. The 24-clock is used by militaries, most European countries, and businesses engaged in 24-hour operations, like airlines and railroads. You can always get yourself a simple military time chart, such as the one below, to reference until writing military time becomes second nature for you. To convert to military time, you have two options. The first option for converting from civilian to military time is to use a military time chart, such as the one in the image below. Manufacturing facilities also frequently use military time clocks in order to keep track of production schedules and employee time tracking. The military time clock is an essential tool for a variety of different industries and organizations. From hospitals to factories and beyond, a military time clock helps organizations keep track of time and monitor their employees’ schedules. You can refer to the sidebar (to the right on a tablet or pc, to the bottom on mobile), to get a reference of the current UTC or mean time. You can use the military time zone chart to compare your time zone offset to UTC, which is the basis for all military time. Military Time is sequential in nature and the hours go from 00 to 23. The 12 hour time format does not distinguish clearly between the end of a day and the beginning of the other. In this format, the hours are listed from 00 to 23. While some services refer to midnight as 2400, 0000 is more accepted around the world.

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