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@gameaccount159 zulu time is the GMT time. It's another thing.
just add or subtract 12 from the time thats how i tell. if its 6:00 add 12 1800 hrs simple as that
@AnnaSambo Same reason they don't say "yes" or "no". It's "affirmative/roger" or "negative"… less likely to be misheard when you are shouting it over explosions and gunfires.
I find the 24 hour clock is less confusing than the 12 hour clock.
Or subtract the second number from the afternoon times……….
Well in Germany 24h is the standard civilian format. One problem less 🙂
Jeez! Are you really so dumb in the States??
subtract 12… piff, just subtract 2, it's simpler and faster.
not when someone says "be here at 1 oclock!" and youre not sure whether he meant 1PM or 1AM
if you say be here at 1 in the military, we know 1AM. when someone says be here at 1300 hours. we know it means 1PM
Why didn't he just say "be here at 1PM" or "be here at 1AM."
His audience is the american public entering Basic Training. In the US, it is the standard unless someone is of a healthcare profession.
I know military time,i live in Europe 😀
Shawn man he means 24:00 hours
I guess we Europeans are all soldiers.
can someone tell me if we are talking to someone in military time and we say its "16:44" after we say 16:44 are we suppose to say "hundred hours" or can we just say 16:44? thank you <3
Normally we would just say "sixteen forty four" the only time you'll really ever hear "hundred" is if the time ends in 00 as in 1300 (Thirteen hundred).
And when typing military time you do not use a colon, it will be typed as 0000, 0100, 2359, etc.
How do you say 5:47 pm
I feel dumb watching this since I leave for basic at the end of the month. I just wanted to know how to pronounce 2000 hours.
We use the 24-hour clock here in Norway anyway 😛
I still don't get it
That's the french. Way to tel time 😀
How would you say 1:01 am? zero one hundred one hours?
if he says be here at 00:05 that means 12:05 AM
Most transportation software companies that use these use MT. Its honestly less confusing and better than civ time.
If I were to say meet me at 1800 there is no confusion on what time I meant. If I say 6:00 but forget to mention PM or AM your left assuming.
Funny, almost the whole world uses that 'special military time'! It's brought like its abracadabra.Wake up in 2015 USA, start using the metric system as well! 🙂
HE SAYS AFTERNOON ADD TWELVE AFTERNOON SUBTRACT CAN SOME ONE PLEASE HELP ME I HAVE A TIME TEST IN TWO DAYS!
Thank u for clearing that up , super easy now . I had just started using this do to my job for scheduling and was trying to learn it . This was a great video really easy now .
that really helped me a lot
According to the BBC, 12-hour time is separated by a dot, followed by am/pm in lowercase. 24-hour time, in the other hand, is separated by a colon. This is how time should be told in the UK, and even here in the USA.
I thought everyone in the world used this time. where I live we call it 24 hour am and pm 12 hour but I don't know anyone who uses 12 hour. 🙂 not trying to be mean :)))
I'ts so funny because in South America we just use 24h and this guy in the video makes that a big deal, like 12h clock is not good enough for us uhauhaua come on, everybody uses that buddy. I don't wanna be mean but the way how he presents that is really funny tho.
This is more confusing.
Who else uses 12 hour clock
USMC Zero three means 0300, zero four means 0400, etc. For those of us in the USAF, it's "when Mickey's big hand is on the.."
I don't get it…
Just – 1 from the first digit and – 2 from the second.
Example: 23:00Take 1 away from the 2take 2 away from the 311:00
I use "militarytime"
hallo from germany😂
i hate you
military time is way easier than regular time
ill just stick to am pm
I wanna clicked on this video because my watch is military time and I'm eight years old so I need help thank you a lot
actually the navy coined military time for submarines
We have same time in europe XD
This video helped a lot thanks
The DS uses military time that’s why I’m here
Thank you I learned a lot from you
Ok so next video…. how to subtract 😒
Im sorry but civilian time is so much easier to understand since its direct to the point
Who just watched to to figure out how to set your 2DS time
What’s with the marine patch
Bruh this is just 24 hours format! Military time? Who made that ? A lot o countries like Poland where I’m from use this normally
It puzzles me that some people don't understand this.
I knew how to tell military time and i didn't realize it until now.
We use it all the time in Russia
This is to hard for me I can’t learn this
America wake up? Everyone else uses 24 hours format time
Bro i use this all the time
How do you say "9:28 pm and 14 seconds" or just 9:28:14pm in Military time?? Does it take longer to sound out?
How do you say 0930? Ss it zero nine hundred and thirty hours?
You don't say HOURS. If its "3pm" civilian time, then the time is just "fifteen hundred" NOT "fifteen hundred HOURS" –
how do you say 1:17 in military time?
I thank you
The real question is why we American civilians are the only ones that don’t use it?
I just bought this Chinese knockoff Apple Watch that only has military time😂
How is this hard? We learnt this in p4, it’s just a 24 hour clock.
Press that shirt Sgt. I don’t want to see those unseemly creases. And straighten your collar. And brush your teeth.
Typo -12 😭
I'm a retired DS, DS is short for Drill Sergeant. I did it back in 2000 to 2007 I was just watching.
The only thing that confuses me is the 12:00 pm hour why can”t that be 2434,2435 and then 1am hour be 0100,0101 it makes so much more sense how can you have a zero hour can someone explain the logic.
Good work, SGT. This is a US soldier talking to potential American recruits. Thats the audience to consider since the US civvie clocks are on 12 hour time tables. Natives of all other countries that us 24 hour time…this video is not geared for you. Consider yourself lucky as the NATO time scale is more efficient. I wish the US used 24 hour time in all aspects. We Americans also use standard measurement instead of metric. So, just like standard would be different for you to understand inch vs centimeter or yard vs meter for instance…so is a 24 hour time to some Americans that have never known any other method of telling time. Most of these recruits are 17-18 year olds that for the first time sleeping under a different roof than their Momma. Just consider the audience is all im saying. Scouts Out!
So basically i will just minus 12 from what time the person i am talking with? Anyone please answer…
In France we use it as normal time but we don't put it as one number, like we say 18h and 20 minutes or things like that not 1820.
I've taught myself as kid how to use military time. But I still count it out on my fingers. 😂😂😂
civilian and military time? Isn't that called 12 and 24 hour time?
How do you say "one minute after midnight, in military speak? How do you say 00:01?
In Britain we call military time 24 hour time and use it in daily life
Everyone gets it the first day
Good perspective. I'm almost perfectly used to it.
Reminds me of school in Scotland back in the seventies. Taught metric in measurements but on starting an engineering apprenticeship it was back to inches. Still think like the Americans do in thou's rather than in hundredths of a mm, although it's easy to use both the imperial measuring system and the metric one.
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