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What is "Zulu TIME" in laymens terms?

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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Hello Clapper! Zulu time is actually used in the military and is also known as a term for Universal Coordinated Time.
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  • jcoyle
    There's a great definition for Zulu time on Whatis
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  • CLAPPER

    I NEED AN EXAMPLE??? I KNOW 0600 IS 6:00 AM IN MILITARY IS IT THE SAME IN

    ZULU TIME?? 1500 IS 3:00 PM IN MILITARY TIME

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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    No, it's not the same. Military time is simply the 24 hour clock. Zulu time is the Universal Standard Time that's based off the time in Greenwich, England. For example, if I lived in California, in Zulu time is that we're 8 hours behind the time in Greenwich, England. Hopefully that helps.
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