What time is it in military time?
Type in the form fields below to convert military time to regular time and vice versa.
|Regular Time (12-Hour Clock)||Military Time (24-Hour Clock)||Pronunciation|
|1:00 AM||0100||zero one hundred|
|2:00 AM||0200||zero two hundred|
|3:00 AM||0300||zero three hundred|
|4:00 AM||0400||zero four hundred|
|5:00 AM||0500||zero five hundred|
|6:00 AM||0600||zero six hundred|
|7:00 AM||0700||zero seven hundred|
|8:00 AM||0800||zero eight hundred|
|9:00 AM||0900||zero nine hundred|
|10:00 AM||1000||ten hundred|
|11:00 AM||1100||eleven hundred|
|12:00 PM||1200||twelve hundred|
|1:00 PM||1300||thirteen hundred|
|2:00 PM||1400||fourteen hundred|
|3:00 PM||1500||fifteen hundred|
|4:00 PM||1600||sixteen hundred|
|5:00 PM||1700||seventeen hundred|
|6:00 PM||1800||eighteen hundred|
|7:00 PM||1900||nineteen hundred|
|8:00 PM||2000||twenty hundred|
|9:00 PM||2100||twenty one hundred|
|10:00 PM||2200||twenty two hundred|
|11:00 PM||2300||twenty three hundred|
Military time is the convention of timekeeping in which the day is divided into 24 hours. Also known as the 24-hour clock, within this system the day runs from midnight to midnight, from 0 to 23. Today, it is the most widely used time format in the world.
As the day is approximately 24 hours, in the military time clock the day begins at midnight, 00:00 in military time, and ends at 23:59.
First of all, remember that the military clock runs from 0000 (zero-zero-zero-zero hours) to 2359 (twenty-three hundred fifty-nine hours). To tell the hour, you need to read in hundreds rather than thousands. For instance, zero nine hundred is how you read 9 a.m., and twenty-one hundred is how you read 9 p.m. For minutes, just use the numbers. Finally, append the word "hours". For more examples, see the military time chart above.
Yes, military time uses minutes. To read minutes, just read the numbers. For instance, 03:33 can be read as zero-three hundred thirty-three hours.
From 1 a.m. to 9 a.m., add a zero to the hour. Thus, 1 a.m. can be expressed as 0100 in military time. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., remove the colon to convert the 12-hour clock to military time. For times that are 1 p.m. or later, add 12 hours to get the time in 24-hour format. For instance, 10 p.m. can be expressed as 2200 in the military time clock.
Although there are many methods to convert military time, the easiest way is to use the Military Time Converter, a military time calculator available on this page.
The Military Time Converter is an easy-to-use military time calculator. With the Army Time Converter, you can convert regular time to military time and vice-versa.
Although you can get familiar with military time through practice, you can also get help from apps you can find on the internet, the Google Play Store, or the Apple App Store. But printing the military chart would be a great start to learning military time.
The United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and other NATO countries use military time for military, aviation, and navigation services.
0000 (zero-zero-zero-zero hours).