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Military Time Chart - The 24 Hour Clock

When keeping hours in this fashion, the day starts at midnight and is written as 00:00. The last minute of the day is written as 23:59, or one minute before the next midnight. Sometimes you may see 00:00 written as 24:00. Both are acceptable. A usage example showing the 12 hour clock vs military time would be a time table showing 4:00 pm to 12:00 midnight. This would be written as 16:00 – 24 ...

Have you ever wondered how to read military time quickly and easily? Or even wondered what it was, or why it exists? Well, welcome to the Internet’s greatest authority resource on just that! On this page, you will find the answers to that and more in great detail, in other words, everything you will ever need to know about military time (or astronomical time), as well as some quick and easy tips on how to read it.

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.

Easy to Read Military Time Chart

A side-by-side look at the 12 hour clock times and the corresponding military/24 hour clock times, provided exclusively by Military Time Chart. You may use this as a military time converter, or reference it as a military time conversion chart.
 
12-hour am-pm clock24-hour military time
12:00 midnight00:00
1:00 am01:00
2:00 am02:00
3:00 am03:00
4:00 am04:00
5:00 am05:00
6:00 am06:00
7:00 am07:00
8:00 am08:00
9:00 am09:00
10:00 am10:00
11:00 am11:00
12:00 pm12:00
1:00 pm13:00
2:00 pm14:00
3:00 pm15:00
4:00 pm16:00
5:00 pm17:00
6:00 pm18:00
7:00 pm19:00
8:00 pm20:00
9:00 pm21:00
10:00 pm22:00
11:00 pm23:00
12:00 midnight24:00

How to Read Military Time

When keeping hours in this fashion, the day starts at midnight and is written as 00:00. The last minute of the day is written as 23:59, or one minute before the next midnight. Sometimes you may see 00:00 written as 24:00. Both are acceptable. A usage example showing the 12 hour clock vs military time would be a time table showing 4:00 pm to 12:00 midnight. This would be written as 16:00 – 24:00. Another example highlighting the difference between the two would be to show that 10:15 am is written as 10:15 in military time but 2:30 pm is written as 14:30.

This method of keeping time is most commonly used by the military, government, public transportation, hospitals, meteorologists, astronomers, those employed in emergency services, and also with computers. When speaking in military time, 07:00 may be stated as “zero seven hundred” or “oh seven hundred”. Also, in the military, these time stamps are often written without the colon, so 07:52 would rather be written 0752.

Time stamps referencing Greenwich Mean Time (GMT for short – often interchanged with Coordinated Universal Time/UTC) is denoted by a “Z” at the end, and is written as 0752Z. The local time is denoted by a “J” at the end, and the eastern time zone is denoted by an “R” at the end. Each of the zones have a corresponding letter and name.

Military Time Converter

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For other methods of keeping time, see our article on the lunar calendar, the Mayan Calendar, the Chinese Calendar, the Gregorian Calendar, and All About Sundials.

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Welcome to TheTimeNow Military Time Converter and Military Time Chart! Below you will see your current time and military time compared. Also we have provided you with an easy to use military time converter tool so you can easily see the conversions from standard time to military time. Below this, you will see our military time zone chart so you can quickly compare times and timezones!


Sometimes military time is referred to as “24 Hour Time” and this system eliminates the need for “am” and “pm”. Because of the simple time concepts used it allows for less confusion and is the time reference choice of military communities, medical field and also the scientific fields! It has become the choice and more of the universal time as many parts of the world utilize this time telling method. Places like Philippines, Germany, Australia, India and many others use and understand military time.


08:04:06
08:04:06 AM


Use the tool below to select a Time or Military time from the dropdown menus and our tool will quickly show you the comparison and time conversion!



Regular Time

Military Time

24 Hour Time

Military Time Pronunciation

Midnight (12:00 a.m.)

0000 or 0000 hours

0:00

"Zero-zero-zero-zero"

1:00 a.m.

0100 or 0100 hours

1:00

"Zero one hundred hours"

2:00 a.m.

0200 or 0200 hours

2:00

"Zero two hundred hours"

3:00 a.m.

0300 or 0300 hours

3:00

"Zero three hundred hours"

4:00 a.m.

0400 or 0400 hours

4:00

"Zero four hundred hours"

5:00 a.m.

0500 or 0500 hours

5:00

"Zero five hundred hours"

6:00 a.m.

0600 or 0600 hours

6:00

"Zero six hundred hours"

7:00 a.m.

0700 or 0700 hours

7:00

"Zero seven hundred hours"

8:00 a.m.

0800 or 0800 hours

8:00

"Zero eight hundred hours"

9:00 a.m.

0900 or 0900 hours

9:00

"Zero nine hundred hours"

10:00 a.m.

1000 or 1000 hours

10:00

"Ten hundred hours"

11:00 a.m.

1100 or 1100 hours

11:00

"Eleven hundred hours"

Noon (12:00 p.m.)

1200 or 1200 hours

12:00

"Twelve hundred hours"

1:00 p.m.

1300 or 1300 hours

13:00

"Thirteen hundred hours"

2:00 p.m.

1400 or 1400 hours

14:00

"Fourteen hundred hours"

3:00 p.m.

1500 or 1500 hours

15:00

"Fifteen hundred hours"

4:00 p.m.

1600 or 1600 hours

16:00

"Sixteen hundred hours"

5:00 p.m.

1700 or 1700 hours

17:00

"Seventeen hundred hours"

6:00 p.m.

1800 or 1800 hours

18:00

"Eighteen hundred hours"

7:00 p.m.

1900 or 1900 hours

19:00

"Nineteen hundred hours"

8:00 p.m.

2000 or 2000 hours

20:00

"Twenty hundred hours"

9:00 p.m.

2100 or 2100 hours

21:00

"Twenty-one hundred hours"

10:00 p.m.

2200 or 2200 hours

22:00

"Twenty-two hundred hours"

11:00 p.m.

2300 or 2300 hours

23:00

"Twenty-three hundred hours"

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Is it 2400 or 0000?


Sometimes you may ask the question is military time written as 2400 or 0000? The answer is both. For almost all military and emergency services you will see midnight referred to in both 2400 and/or 0000. With other time telling tools like displays on digital watches, digital clocks and computers, you will see the 24-hour time format. These devices will most likely use 0000 to display midnight, since it's considered a new day!

Military Time Zone Chart - Compare Military Time and Time Zones


Military Time Chart & Zone Name Converter


In our military time comparison chart below you will see and be able to compare:

Compare standard 12-hour time to military time comparison- Compare 24 hour time to military time comparison- Compare UTS offset to military time comparison- Compare time zone name to military time comparison

- Compare zone code to military time comparison

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0:00 Millitary Time = 0:00 Standard Time: 0:30 Millitary Time = 0:30 Standard Time: 1:00 Millitary Time = 1:00 Standard Time: 1:30 Millitary Time =

16:00 Millitary Time=4:00 PM Standard Time



Millitary Time to Regular Time Conversion Chart

0:00 Millitary Time =   0:00 Standard Time
0:30 Millitary Time =   0:30 Standard Time
1:00 Millitary Time =   1:00 Standard Time
1:30 Millitary Time =   1:30 Standard Time
2:00 Millitary Time =   2:00 Standard Time
2:30 Millitary Time =   2:30 Standard Time
3:00 Millitary Time =   3:00 Standard Time
3:30 Millitary Time =   3:30 Standard Time
4:00 Millitary Time =   4:00 Standard Time
4:30 Millitary Time =   4:30 Standard Time
5:00 Millitary Time =   5:00 Standard Time
5:30 Millitary Time =   5:30 Standard Time
6:00 Millitary Time =   6:00 Standard Time
6:30 Millitary Time =   6:30 Standard Time
7:00 Millitary Time =   7:00 Standard Time
7:30 Millitary Time =   7:30 Standard Time
8:00 Millitary Time =   8:00 Standard Time
8:30 Millitary Time =   8:30 Standard Time
9:00 Millitary Time =   9:00 Standard Time
9:30 Millitary Time =   9:30 Standard Time
10:00 Millitary Time =   10:00 Standard Time
10:30 Millitary Time =   10:30 Standard Time
11:00 Millitary Time =   11:00 Standard Time
11:30 Millitary Time =   11:30 Standard Time
12:00 Millitary Time =   12:00 PM Standard Time
12:30 Millitary Time =   12:30 PM Standard Time
13:00 Millitary Time =   1:00 PM Standard Time
13:30 Millitary Time =   1:30 PM Standard Time
14:00 Millitary Time =   2:00 PM Standard Time
14:30 Millitary Time =   2:30 PM Standard Time
15:00 Millitary Time =   3:00 PM Standard Time
15:30 Millitary Time =   3:30 PM Standard Time
16:00 Millitary Time =   4:00 PM Standard Time
16:30 Millitary Time =   4:30 PM Standard Time
17:00 Millitary Time =   5:00 PM Standard Time
17:30 Millitary Time =   5:30 PM Standard Time
18:00 Millitary Time =   6:00 PM Standard Time
18:30 Millitary Time =   6:30 PM Standard Time
19:00 Millitary Time =   7:00 PM 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
21:30 Millitary Time =   9:30 PM Standard Time
22:00 Millitary Time =   10:00 PM Standard Time
22:30 Millitary Time =   10:30 PM Standard Time
23:00 Millitary Time =   11:00 PM Standard Time
23:30 Millitary Time =   11:30 PM Standard Time
Military Time Converter

Convert from military time to regular time with the Military Time Converter. You can also convert to military time from regular time in hours and minutes.


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Convert military time to regular time with the Military Time Converter. This calculator also does conversion to military time from regular time.

This converter assumes 12:00 am is midnight, and 12:00 pm is noon.

How to Convert to Military Time

To convert from regular time to military time refer to the time chart below or follow these steps.

  • If the time is morning or am remove the colon. Military time is the same as regular time in the morning hours. Add a leading zero if the time is earlier than 10 am. For example, 9:30 am is 0930 in military time.
  • If the time is after 12:59 pm, remove the colon and add 12 hours to the regular time. For example if the time is 4:24 pm, remove the colon and add 12 hours to get 1624 in military time.
  • If the time is 12:00 am midnight to 12:59 am, remove the colon and subtract 12 hours. For example 12:08 am is 0008 in military time.
  • 12:00 am midnight in military time is 0000 hours at the beginning of a day or event, and 2400 hours at the end of the day or event.

How to Convert from Military Time to Regular Time

To convert from military time to regular time refer to the time chart below or follow these steps.

  • If military time is 0000 to 0059, insert a colon and add 12 hours. Include am for morning.
  • If military time is 0100 to 1159, remove leading 0's, insert a colon and include am for morning
  • If military time is 1200 to 1259, insert a colon and include pm to indicate the time is after 12:00 noon
  • If military time is 1300 to 2359, insert a colon and subtract 12 hours. Include pm to indicate the time is after 12:00 noon.
  • 0000 and 2400 in military time are the same as 12:00 am midnight.

See our separate page including a Military Time Chart and Military Minutes Chart.

Print Military Time Chart

Convert Military Time To Standard And Vice Verse

For example, enter 18:30 hours into “Military Time” and the calculator will render 6:30 pm as the 12 hour format, or 10:45 am will produce 10:45 hours. We also provide a 12 to 24 hour conversion chart. This chart allows you to find the time by the ½ hour and convert it to military or the 12 hour format, Lastly you can do the conversion yourself, there is really no math involved so it’s ...

There are 3 basic methods to convert military time, or some may say 24 hour time to the 12 hour time format. You can use our easy military time converter below, simply enter a 24 hour time and the converter automatically calculates the 12 hour equivalent. For example, enter 18:30 hours into “Military Time” and the calculator will render 6:30 pm as the 12 hour format, or 10:45 am will produce 10:45 hours. We also provide a 12 to 24 hour conversion chart. This chart allows you to find the time by the ½ hour and convert it to military or the 12 hour format, Lastly you can do the conversion yourself, there is really no math involved so it’s pretty easy. A fun fact -the 24 hour time format is used by most of the world, the 12 hour time format is used primarily by English speaking countries such as the U.S.  This how to and calculator are provided free of charge by OnTheClock, when you are ready to start tracking employee time, please check out our time clock software.

Method 1 - Use This Military(24 hour) to Standard(12 hours) Converter

Simply enter the time format(12 hour or 24 hour) you want to convert into the appropriate box and the equivalent will auto calculate for you.

Method 2 - Use This Chart To Convert 24 Hour Time

Use this chart to lookup the military or 12 hour time and find the corresponding equivalent.

12-hour am-pm clock 24-hour military time
12:00 midnight 00:00
1:00 am 01:00
2:00 am 02:00
3:00 am 03:00
4:00 am 04:00
5:00 am 05:00
6:00 am 06:00
7:00 am 07:00
8:00 am 08:00
9:00 am 09:00
10:00 am 10:00
11:00 am 11:00
12:00 pm 12:00
1:00 pm 13:00
2:00 pm 14:00
3:00 pm 15:00
4:00 pm 16:00
5:00 pm 17:00
6:00 pm 18:00
7:00 pm 19:00
8:00 pm 20:00
9:00 pm 21:00
10:00 pm 22:00
11:00 pm 23:00
12:00 midnight 24:00

Method 3 - Convert Time Manually

If you are a diehard math junkie, or just learning the intricacies of converting times, you have found the right place. Here we discuss the methods of manually converting military(24 hour time) to standard(14 hour time).

To convert military(24 hour) time to 12 hour…

For a military time that is larger than 12:00, just subtract 12 hours to get the 24 hour(standard time), then add “pm”. For example, if you have 14:30 hours, subtract 12 hours and the result is 2:30 pm.

If the military time is less than or equal to 12:00, simply add “am”. For example, say you have 10:15 hours, add the “am” to the end, here we get 10:15 am.

24 hour time converter 

To convert standard 12 hour format to military time

If the standard time in in the am(before 12:00 pm, noon), simply remove the “am”. If the hours portion is a single digit, in our example it is a single digit “9”, we will add a “0” before the “9” resulting in “09”. This is because the 24 hour military format must always have 2 digits for both the hours and minutes sections. For instance, 2:15 am becomes 02:15 hours.

If the 12 hour time is in the pm, we will add 12 hours and remove the “pm”. For example - 2:30 pm, here we add 12 hours to the hours section(2 12 = 14) and we get the military time of 14:30 hours.

12 Hour(Standard) To 24 Hour(Military) Time Conversion

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16:20 Millitary Time Conversion, 16:20 PM Standard Time to Millitary Time Conversion

16:20 Millitary Time=4:20 PM Standard Time



Millitary Time to Regular Time Conversion Chart

0:00 Millitary Time =   0:00 Standard Time
0:30 Millitary Time =   0:30 Standard Time
1:00 Millitary Time =   1:00 Standard Time
1:30 Millitary Time =   1:30 Standard Time
2:00 Millitary Time =   2:00 Standard Time
2:30 Millitary Time =   2:30 Standard Time
3:00 Millitary Time =   3:00 Standard Time
3:30 Millitary Time =   3:30 Standard Time
4:00 Millitary Time =   4:00 Standard Time
4:30 Millitary Time =   4:30 Standard Time
5:00 Millitary Time =   5:00 Standard Time
5:30 Millitary Time =   5:30 Standard Time
6:00 Millitary Time =   6:00 Standard Time
6:30 Millitary Time =   6:30 Standard Time
7:00 Millitary Time =   7:00 Standard Time
7:30 Millitary Time =   7:30 Standard Time
8:00 Millitary Time =   8:00 Standard Time
8:30 Millitary Time =   8:30 Standard Time
9:00 Millitary Time =   9:00 Standard Time
9:30 Millitary Time =   9:30 Standard Time
10:00 Millitary Time =   10:00 Standard Time
10:30 Millitary Time =   10:30 Standard Time
11:00 Millitary Time =   11:00 Standard Time
11:30 Millitary Time =   11:30 Standard Time
12:00 Millitary Time =   12:00 PM Standard Time
12:30 Millitary Time =   12:30 PM Standard Time
13:00 Millitary Time =   1:00 PM Standard Time
13:30 Millitary Time =   1:30 PM Standard Time
14:00 Millitary Time =   2:00 PM Standard Time
14:30 Millitary Time =   2:30 PM Standard Time
15:00 Millitary Time =   3:00 PM Standard Time
15:30 Millitary Time =   3:30 PM Standard Time
16:00 Millitary Time =   4:00 PM Standard Time
16:30 Millitary Time =   4:30 PM Standard Time
17:00 Millitary Time =   5:00 PM Standard Time
17:30 Millitary Time =   5:30 PM Standard Time
18:00 Millitary Time =   6:00 PM Standard Time
18:30 Millitary Time =   6:30 PM Standard Time
19:00 Millitary Time =   7:00 PM 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
21:30 Millitary Time =   9:30 PM Standard Time
22:00 Millitary Time =   10:00 PM Standard Time
22:30 Millitary Time =   10:30 PM Standard Time
23:00 Millitary Time =   11:00 PM Standard Time
23:30 Millitary Time =   11:30 PM Standard Time
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49 rowsThis clock format has become the international time standard because it is clear, …

How to read Military Time?

► Use “hundred” instead of “thousand” (2000 is Twenty Hundred Hours) ►When possible, read two digits at a time (2015 is Twenty Fifteen Hours)

►Say Zero instead of Oh (0005 is Zero Zero Zero Five) - read more

►In casual conversations you can drop the “Hours” in the end - read more


Standard Time Military Time Pronunciation
1:00 AM 0100 Zero One Hundred Hours
1:30 AM 0130 Zero One Thirty Hours
2:00 AM 0200 Zero Two Hundred Hours
2:30 AM 0230 Zero Two Thirty Hours
3:00 AM 0300 Zero Three Hundred Hours
3:30 AM 0330 Zero Three Thirty Hours
4:00 AM 0400 Zero Four Hundred Hours
4:30 AM 0430 Zero Four Thirty Hours
5:00 AM 0500 Zero Five Hundred Hours
5:30 AM 0530 Zero Five Thirty Hours
6:00 AM 0600 Zero Six Hundred Hours
6:30 AM 0630 Zero Six Thirty Hours
7:00 AM 0700 Zero Seven Hundred Hours
7:30 AM 0730 Zero Seven Thirty Hours
8:00 AM 0800 Zero Eight Hundred Hours
8:30 AM 0830 Zero Eight Thirty Hours
9:00 AM 0900 Zero Nine Hundred Hours
9:30 AM 0930 Zero Nine Thirty Hours
10:00 AM 1000 Ten Hundred Hours
10:30 AM 1030 Ten Thirty Hours
11:00 AM 1100 Eleven Hundred Hours
11:30 AM 1130 Eleven Thirty Hours
12:00 PM - noon 1200 Twelve Hundred Hours
12:30 PM 1230 Twelve Thirty Hours
1:00 PM 1300 Thirteen Hundred Hours Hours
1:30 PM 1330 Thirteen Thirty Hours
2:00 PM 1400 Fourteen Hundred Hours
2:30 PM 1430 Fourteen Thirty Hours
3:00 PM 1500 Fifteen Hundred Hours
3:30 PM 1530 Fifteen Thirty Hours
4:00 PM 1600 Sixteen Hundred Hours
4:30 PM 1630 Sixteen Thirty Hours
5:00 PM 1700 Seventeen Hundred Hours
5:30 PM 1730 Seventeen Thirty Hours
6:00 PM 1800 Eighteen Hundred Hours
6:30 PM 1830 Eighteen Thirty Hours
7:00 PM 1900 Nineteen Hundred Hours
7:30 PM 1930 Nineteen Thirty Hours
8:00 PM 2000 Twenty Hundred Hours
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
10:30 PM 2230 Twenty Two Thirty Hours
11:00 PM 2300 Twenty Three Hundred Hours
11:30 PM 2330 Twenty Three Thirty Hours
Midnight - 12:00 AM 0000 or 2400 Zero Hundred Hours or Zero Zero Zero Zero
12:30 AM 0030 Zero Zero Thirty Hours

Q: Should I say “hours” after giving time?

A: In formal writing, the word “hours” is always added. However, in conversations, when your meaning is obvious, it’s very typical to drop the “hours”.

In addition, soldiers and members of the Army will usually add the word “hours”. Marines and Coast Guard members will usually drop the “hours”.

Q: Can I say “Oh” instead of Zero?

A: In everyday conversations and in the Movies, you are likely to hear “Oh”s, but military members always say Zero to avoid ambiguity.

24 HOUR CLOCK - CONVERSION TABLE:
PLEASE NOTE: Military time does not have a Colon (:), but 24 hours clocks do!
24 Hour Clock Regular Time   24 Hour Clock Regular Time
01:00 1:00 AM   13:00 1:00 PM
02:00 2:00 AM   14:00 2:00 PM
03:00 3:00 AM   15:00 3:00 PM
04:00 4:00 AM   16:00 4:00 PM
05:00 5:00 AM   17:00 5:00 PM
06:00 6:00 AM   18:00 6:00 PM
07:00 7:00 AM   19:00 7:00 PM
08:00 8:00 AM   20:00 8:00 PM
09:00 9:00 AM   21:00 9:00 PM
10:00 10:00 AM   22:00 10:00 PM
11:00 11:00 AM   23:00 11:00 PM
12:00 Noon   0000 or 24:00 Midnight

Military time is the clock format in which the day lasts from midnight to midnight. At midnight, the hours begin at 00 and go up to 23. This clock format has become the international time standard because it is clear, concise, and unambiguous.

While the clock formats in other countries use a 12-hour format (hh:mm), the military time is a 4-digit number without a break. You can click here to download our simple military time converter.

For a simple, easy to use Military time converter - see our downloadable Excel Military Time Calculator


table with examples of military TIME conversion: Military time conversion is pretty simple. These examples will make it easy for you to understand how one time format can be converted to the other. Here you can see military time being converted to regular 12-hour format.

0745 7:45 AM
2349 11:49 PM
0018 12:18 AM


excel time sheets that use military time:
All you need to do is enter the information in RED, and Excel will calculate the hours and pay.
NOTE: These timesheet templates require you to enter the hours in an HH MM format.

Examples:


9:00 (9--colon--00)
17:00 17--colon--00)

download military timeshEets:

The military time notation clearly distinguishes between the beginning and end of the day. However, in the 12-hour format, there is no such distinction.

The military time is similar to the 24-hour clock, except that there is no colon in the military time. It is pronounced as a single number without the distinction between hours and minutes. You can download your timesheets in military clock format (with or without lunch breaks). We also have some more Excel templates. Check them out!

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Excel Military Table - Weekly Timesheet

Excel Military Weekly Timesheet Table with Lunch Break

For one-time quick calculation - try our Online AM/PM Time Card Calculator


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In 12-hour clock time, 1900 hours in military time becomes 7 p. m. The early morning 7 o ' c l o c k time is 0700 in military time. The 12-hour clock way to say 1300 hours is 1 p. m., just an hour after noon. You pronounce 0549 in military time as "Zero five hundred fow-er-niner" or "Zero five hundred forty-nine."

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. and p.m. hours. The 24-clock is used by militaries, most European countries, and businesses engaged in 24-hour operations, like airlines and railroads.

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Military Time Conversion

Here is a conversion chart converting regular time to military time and how you would read or say that military time.

Military Time Chart
12-Hour Civil Time 24-Hour Military Time How To Say Military Time
12:00 Midnight 0000 Zero hundred hours
1:00 a.m. 0100 Zero one hundred hours
2:00 a.m. 0200 Zero two hundred hours
3:00 a.m. 0300 Zero three hundred hours
4:00 a.m. 0400 Zero four hundred hours
5:00 a.m. 0500 Zero five hundred hours
6:00 a.m. 0600 Zero six hundred hours
7:00 a.m. 0700 Zero seven hundred hours
8:00 a.m. 0800 Zero eight hundred hours
9:00 a.m. 0900 Zero nine hundred hours
10:00 a.m. 1000 Ten hundred hours
11:00 a.m. 1100 Eleven hundred hours
12:00 p.m. 1200 Twelve hundred hours
1:00 p.m. 1300 Thirteen hundred hours
2:00 p.m. 1400 Fourteen hundred hours
3:00 p.m. 1500 Fifteen hundred hours
4:00 p.m. 1600 Sixteen hundred hours
5:00 p.m. 1700 Seventeen hundred hours
6:00 p.m. 1800 Eighteen hundred hours
7:00 p.m. 1900 Nineteen hundred hours
8:00 p.m. 2000 Twenty hundred hours
9:00 p.m. 2100 Twenty-one hundred hours
10:00 p.m. 2200 Twenty-two hundred hours
11:00 p.m. 2300 Twenty-three hundred hours
12:00 Midnight 0000 Twenty-four hundred hours

Midnight In Military Time

In the 24-hour format, midnight has two designations, 0000 and 2400:

  1. If your day begins at midnight, you use 0000 in military time, pronounced "zero hundred hours."
  2. If your day ends at midnight, you end your day at 2400, pronounced "24 hundred hours."

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How Do You Read Military Time?

Military time read and spoken to four digits. A leading 0 is read or spoken for the first 12 hours of the day. On radio and for maximum clarity, every digit is spoken. When reading or in casual conversation, times can be read as three- or four-digit numbers:

  • 0000 – Midnight and the start of the day is called "Zero hundred hours."
  • 0100 – One a.m. is "Zero one hundred hours."
  • 0630 – 6:30 a.m. is "Zero six-thirty," or (better) "Zero six-three-zero."
  • 1045 – 10:45 a.m. is read or spoken as "Ten hundred forty-five" or "Ten hundred four-five."
  • 1159 – A minute before noon is "Eleven hundred fifty-nine" or "Eleven hundred five-niner."

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Spoken numbers follow the custom of the NATO Phonetic Alphabet, so their pronunciation is exaggerated:

  • 3 becomes "tree"
  • 4 becomes "fow-er"
  • 5 becomes "fife"
  • 9 becomes "nin-er"
  • 0 becomes "zee-ro"

How Is Military Time Written?

Military time is written in a four-digit format. But you really only need to concern yourself with the latter part of the day, since the early morning hours are familiar. From midnight of a new day to noon, the 12-hour and 24-hour times are just about the same:

  • 0000 – 12 Midnight
  • 0100 – 1 a.m.
  • 0200 – 2 a.m.
  • 0900 – 9 a.m.
  • 1000 – 10 a.m.
  • 1100 – 11 a.m.
  • 1115 – 11:15 a.m.
  • 1130 – 11:30 a.m.
  • 1145 – 11:45 a.m.
  • 1200 – 12 noon

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After reaching noon, add the first 12 hours of the day to each of the 12-hour clock times to get the military time:

  • 1300 – 1 p.m.
  • 1400 – 2 p.m.
  • 1500 – 3 p.m.
  • 2100 – 9 p.m.
  • 2200 – 10 p.m.
  • 2300 – 11 p.m.
  • 2315 – 11:15 p.m.
  • 2330 – 11:30 p.m.
  • 2345 – 11:45 p.m.
  • 2400 – 12 midnight

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Why Is Military Time Used?

Military time is used to prevent confusion between a.m. and p.m. times. If you were to arrange to meet a friend at 8, how would your friend know whether you meant 8 a.m. or 8 p.m.? With military time, no confusion exists, because 0800 is 8 a.m. and 2000 hours is 8 p.m.

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While the U.S. military and militaries around the world use military time, so do other large operators whose business takes them through different time zones. Airlines typically use the 24-hour clock. NASA, in the United States, uses military time down to thousandths of a second.

Emergency services such as nursing homes, hospital wards, and intensive care units also use the 24-hour clock but do not refer to it as military time.

Military Time Quiz!

Spend some time trying your hand at these military time questions.

  1. In your own words, define military time.
  2. What would be 12:15 a.m. as military time?
  3. What time is 0600 hours?
  4. What is 1900 hours in 12-hour clock time?
  5. What time is 7 o'clock in the morning in military time?
  6. What is 1300 hours?
  7. How do you pronounce 0549 in military time?
  8. What time is 4:00 p.m. in military time?
  9. Please write 8:35 p.m. in military time.
  10. What one military time has two names?

Take a minute to do the work before you look at our answers below.

  1. In your own words, you might define military time as a 24-hour time format that avoids the confusion of the 12-hour timekeeping format of civilian standard time.
  2. The 12-hour clock time 12:15 a.m. would be 0015, pronounced "Zero hundred one-fife" or "Zero hundred fifteen" as military time.
  3. The military time 0600 hours is 6 a.m.
  4. In 12-hour clock time, 1900 hours in military time becomes 7 p.m.
  5. The early morning 7 o'clock time is 0700 in military time.
  6. The 12-hour clock way to say 1300 hours is 1 p.m., just an hour after noon.
  7. You pronounce 0549 in military time as "Zero five hundred fow-er-niner" or "Zero five hundred forty-nine."
  8. Our 12-hour clock time of 4 p.m. is 1600 in military time.
  9. To write 8:35 p.m. in military time, add 8 to 12 (12 + 8 = 20); 2035, pronounced "Twenty hundred three-fife" or "Twenty hundred thirty-five."
  10. Midnight has two names, 0000 or 2400, depending on its use as the beginning or end of a person's day.

Instructor: Malcolm M.
Malcolm has a Master's Degree in education and holds four teaching certificates. He has been a public school teacher for 27 years, including 15 years as a mathematics teacher.

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02-01-2019 · For 1630 Military Time it is 16 hours and 30 minutes. Step 2 Then pay attention to whether the given time is greater than 1300 or not. 1630 it is greater than 1300 so use the subtraction rule for the hours: 16 – 12 = 4 hours. Step 3 Minutes are the same in the Military Time as so as in the Standard Time, so 30 minutes is still 30 minutes.

02-01-2019
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Do you know what time 1630 Military Time is? I know that converting Military Time can be a bit complicated, but not when you know the simple and helpful formula for converting 24-Hour Time Format.

In case you don’t want to use this formula that shows you how to convert 1630 Military Time to Normal Time and only want to know the answer, here you have a short, but useful answer to your question:

1630 Military Time or 1630 Hours (24-Hour time format) is equivalent to 4:30 PM in Normal Time or Standard Time (12-Hour time format). 1630 Military Time is read as “sixteen thirty hours“, and it is written without a colon between the hours and minutes.

For those of you who are interested in a simple conversion formula, here is the formula that helps you understand the conversion of 1630 Military Time.

What Time is 1630 Military Time? 1630 Hours Conversion Guide

First of all, it is important to know the basics of Military Time. Military Time always contains 4 digits where the first 2 digits are for hours and the second 2 digits are for minutes.

This simple image below explains to you the basic rule of conversion:

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Military Time Conversion to Standard Time Explanation

In addition, if you have a Military Time greater or equal than 13:00, you have to subtract 12 hours from the given time. And that’s all you need to know.

Now, let’s move on to explaining the simplest way of how you can convert 1630 Hours into the Standard Time.

Step 1
First, divide the given time to hours and minutes. For 1630 Military Time it is 16 hours and 30 minutes.

Step 2


Then pay attention to whether the given time is greater than 1300 or not. 1630 it is greater than 1300 so use the subtraction rule for the hours: 16 – 12 = 4 hours.

Step 3


Minutes are the same in the Military Time as so as in the Standard Time, so 30 minutes is still 30 minutes.

Step 4


Add the colon between calculated hours and minutes and the result will be 4:30.

Step 5


As 1630 is greater than 1200 so according to about mentioned rule add PM after calculated time so the result will be 4:30 PM normal time.

So what is 1630 military time? The correct answer is 4:30 PM standard time.

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1601 1603 1600 1615. 1602 displayed. by analog clock. Military Time 1602 is: 04:02 PM using 12-hour clock notation, 16:02 using 24-hour clock notation. 1602 is pronounced as: "sixteen zero two hours" or "sixteen oh two hours" or "one-six-zero-two hours" or "one-six-oh-two hours". Military time notation is based on 24-hour clock.

Military time notation is based on 24-hour clock. A time of day is written in the form hhmm, where hh (0-23) stands for full hours that have passed since midnight, mm (00-59) is the number of minutes that have passed since the last full hour. To convert hours greater then 12 to 12-hour clock just subtract 12 from the given hours and that will give you the PM time. ... more ...

See, what time is in the other military time zones at XXXXZ (Zulu Time).
Click on the table row to change the time zone.

Time Zone NameLetterUTC offsetMilitary
Time
12-hour
clock
24-hour
clock
Yankee Time ZoneYUTC-120402Y04:02 A.M.04:02
X-ray Time ZoneXUTC-110502X05:02 A.M.05:02
Whiskey Time ZoneWUTC-100602W06:02 A.M.06:02
Victor Time ZoneVUTC-90702V07:02 A.M.07:02
Uniform Time ZoneUUTC-80802U08:02 A.M.08:02
Tango Time ZoneTUTC-70902T09:02 A.M.09:02
Sierra Time ZoneSUTC-61002S10:02 A.M.10:02
Romeo Time ZoneRUTC-51102R11:02 A.M.11:02
Quebec Time ZoneQUTC-41202Q12:02 P.M.12:02
Papa Time ZonePUTC-31302P01:02 P.M.13:02
Oscar Time ZoneOUTC-21402O02:02 P.M.14:02
November Time ZoneNUTC-11502N03:02 P.M.15:02
Zulu Time ZoneZUTC±01602Z04:02 P.M.16:02
Alpha Time ZoneAUTC+11702A05:02 P.M.17:02
Bravo Time ZoneBUTC+21802B06:02 P.M.18:02
Charlie Time ZoneCUTC+31902C07:02 P.M.19:02
Delta Time ZoneDUTC+42002D08:02 P.M.20:02
Echo Time ZoneEUTC+52102E09:02 P.M.21:02
Foxtrot Time ZoneFUTC+62202F10:02 P.M.22:02
Golf Time ZoneGUTC+72302G11:02 P.M.23:02
Hotel Time ZoneHUTC+82402H12:02 P.M.24:02
India Time ZoneIUTC+90102I01:02 A.M.01:02
Kilo Time ZoneKUTC+100202K02:02 A.M.02:02
Lima Time ZoneLUTC+110302L03:02 A.M.03:02
Mike Time ZoneMUTC+120402M04:02 A.M.04:02

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What time is 16 45 military? Military Time 1645 is: 04:45 PM using 12-hour clock notation, 16:45 using 24-hour clock notation. Furthermore, what time is 15 45 military?

Military Time Conversion Chart

Standard Time Military Time Equivalent Standard Time
7:00 a.m. 07:00 7:00 p.m.
7:15 a.m. 07:15 7:15 p.m.
7:30 a.m. 07:30 7:30 p.m.
7:45 a.m. 07:45 7:45 p.m.

Military Time 0730 is: 07:30 AM using 12-hour clock notation, 07:30 using 24-hour clock notation.

Military Time 0005 is: 12:05 AM using 12-hour clock notation, 00:05 using 24-hour clock notation.

Military Time 1930 is: 07:30 PM using 12-hour clock notation, 19:30 using 24-hour clock notation.

In 24-hour notation you never say o'clock. Say the value of the hours part first, then the minutes. If the hours or minutes are less than 10, say Oh (for zero) first.

24-hour clock

24-hour clock 12-hour clock
07:00 7:00 a.m.
08:00 8:00 a.m.
09:00 9:00 a.m.
10:00 10:00 a.m.

Standard Military Standard
1:00 PM 1300 hours 1:30 PM
2:00 PM 1400 hours 2:30 PM
3:00 PM 1500 hours 3:30 PM
4:00 PM 1600 hours 4:30 PM

Military time operates on a 24- hour clock that begins at midnight which is referred to as 0000 hours, with 1:00 a.m. being 0100 hours, 2:00 a.m. being 0200 hours, etc. all the way to 11:00 p.m. being 2300 hours. Under this system, midnight is 00, 1 a.m. is 01, 1 p.m. is 13, and so on.

12-hour clock

24-hour clock 12-hour clock
12:00 12:00 PM
13:00 1:00 PM
14:00 2:00 PM
15:00 3:00 PM

24-hour clock

24-hour clock 12-hour clock
09:00 9:00 a.m.
10:00 10:00 a.m.
11:00 11:00 a.m.
12:00 12:00 noon 12:00 p.m.

Military Time / 24 Hour Time Conversion Chart

Regular Time Military Time
11:00 a.m. 1100 or 1100 hours
Noon 1200 or 1200 hours
1:00 p.m. 1300 or 1300 hours
2:00 p.m. 1400 or 1400 hours
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08-06-2020 · 1645 Hours Military Time (24-Hour time format) is equivalent to 4:45 PM in Normal Time or Standard Time (12-Hour time format). 1645 Military Time is read as “sixteen forty-five hours“, and it is written without a colon between the hours and minutes. For those of you who are interested in a simple conversion formula, continue reading and find below the formula that helps you …

08-06-2020
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Do you know what time 1645 Military Time is? I know that converting Military Time can be a bit complicated, but not when you know the simple and helpful formula. In case you only want to know what 1645 hours military time means, here you have a short, but useful answer:

1645 Hours Military Time (24-Hour time format) is equivalent to 4:45 PM in Normal Time or Standard Time (12-Hour time format). 1645 Military Time is read as “sixteen forty-five hours“, and it is written without a colon between the hours and minutes.

For those of you who are interested in a simple conversion formula, continue reading and find below the formula that helps you understand the conversion of 1645 Military Time.

What does 1645 Military Time mean?

First of all, it is important to know the basics of Military Time. Military Time always contains 4 digits where the first 2 digits are for hours and the second 2 digits are for minutes.

This simple image below explains to you the basic rule of conversion:

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Military Time Conversion to Standard Time Explanation

In addition, if you have a Military Time greater or equal than 13:00, you have to subtract 12 hours from the given time. And that’s all you need to know.

1645 Hours Military Time Conversion Guide

Now, let’s move on to explaining the simplest way of how you can convert 1645 Hours into Standard Time.

Before you start, look at this classic analog clock that shows the time you want to convert. It helps you understand the whole process of 1645 Military Time Conversion:

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1645 Hours Military Time on the Analog Clock

And now let’s move on the conversion process itself:

First, divide the given time to hours and minutes. For 1645 Military Time it is 16 hours and 45 minutes.
Then pay attention to whether the given time is greater than 1300 or not. 1645 is greater than 1300 so use the subtraction rule for the hours: 16 – 12 = 4 hours.
Minutes are the same in the Military Time as so as in the Standard Time, so 45 minutes is still 45 minutes.
Add the colon between calculated hours and minutes and the result will be 4:45.
As 1645 is greater than 1200 so according to about mentioned rule add PM after calculated time so the result will be 4:45 PM normal time.
So what time is 1645 Military Time? The correct answer is 4:45 PM standard time (12-hour time format).

Or if you feel like you know to convert any given Military Time, you can try to take some of these Quizzes and see how you are doing!

How to Read and Write 1645 Military Time?

You already know how to convert 1645 Hours and now it’s time to learn how to read and write this specific time.

This table explains everything you need to know about reading and writing 1645 Hours Time and related times:

Standard Clock How to Write Military Clock How to Read Military Clock
4:45 PM 1645 Hours sixteen forty-five hours
4:00 PM 1600 Hours sixteen hundred hours
4:15 PM 1615 Hours sixteen fifteen hours
4:30 PM 1630 Hours sixteen thirty hours

I hope you found this table above useful and you understand how to write and say 1645 hours and related times now. In case you are still confused, don’t worry, I have a great tip for you.

TIP: Learn how to read Military Time for other hours in this post:

FAQ about 1645 Military Time

Still didn’t see what you were looking for? These frequently asked questions can provide you with any additional information.

How to say 1645 in military time?

1645 in Military Time is said as Sixteen Forty-Five (hours). You may say hours after a given time but it is not necessary.

Is 1645 military time AM or PM?

1645 is PM in standard time (12-hour time format). All times greater than 1200 belong to PM hours.

What is 4 45 PM in military time?

4 45 PM standard time (12-hour time format) is equal to 1645 military time (24-hour time format).

What is 1645 PM military time?

In military time format, we don’t use AM or PM to tell the time. The correct question should be: What is 1645 military time? Or: Does 1645 military time mean PM? Anyway, 1645 military means PM in standard time and it is exactly 4:45 PM.

Conclusion

I hope 1645 Military Time (1645 Hours) conversion was not a difficult task for you, but the clarification of AM and PM is an important reminder:

  • When the value of Military Time is greater than 1200 it will be PM
  • When the value of Military Time is less than 1200 it will be AM
  • 2400 (0000) is an exceptional case because it is considered as AM (12:00 AM)

If it is still confusing for you, you can read the post on Military Time Charts where you find a conversion chart for all hours of the day. Or you can visit the post about 1600 military time

TIP: This website contains much more topics related to Military Time so you can also check the main categories with all useful posts:

Military Time Tools

About Military Time

Military Time Conversions

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Converting Standard Time to Military Time. Standard: Military: Standard: Military: 12:00 AM: 0000 hours: 12:30 AM: 0030 hours: 1:00 AM

 


Converting Standard Time to Military Time
StandardMilitaryStandardMilitary
12:00 AM0000 hours12:30 AM0030 hours
1:00 AM0100 hours1:30 AM0130 hours
2:00 AM0200 hours2:30 AM0230 hours
3:00 AM0300 hours3:30 AM0330 hours
4:00 AM0400 hours4:30 AM0430 hours
5:00 AM0500 hours5:30 AM0530 hours
6:00 AM0600 hours6:30 AM0630 hours
7:00 AM0700 hours7:30 AM0730 hours
8:00 AM0800 hours8:30 AM0830 hours
9:00 AM0900 hours9:30 AM0930 hours
10:00 AM1000 hours10:30 AM1030 hours
11:00 AM1100 hours11:30 AM1130 hours
12:00 PM1200 hours12:30 PM1230 hours
1:00 PM1300 hours1:30 PM1330 hours
2:00 PM1400 hours2:30 PM1430 hours
3:00 PM1500 hours3:30 PM1530 hours
4:00 PM1600 hours4:30 PM1630 hours
5:00 PM1700 hours5:30 PM1730 hours
6:00 PM1800 hours6:30 PM1830 hours
7:00 PM1900 hours7:30 PM1930 hours
8:00 PM2000 hours8:30 PM2030 hours
9:00 PM2100 hours9:30 PM2130 hours
10:00 PM2200 hours10:30 PM2230 hours
11:00 PM2300 hours11:30 PM2330 hours




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