Convert 10:00 AM regular time into 24-hour military time format.
10:00 AM = 1000
10:00 AM = 1000 Hours using military time notation, 10:00 using a 24-Hour clock notation.
What time is 10:00 AM Regular Time? 1000 (Ten Hundred Hours) military time on a 24-hour clock. Have you ever wondered why there are two different ways to measure time? We’ll help you explore the differences between 10:00 AM standard time and 1000 military time. You’ll come away with a better understanding of the relationship between 10:00 AM and 1000, not to mention more confidence. Let’s dive in! You can find a quick reference below and more information on time conversion and details for each minute from 10:00 AM – 10:59 AM through a time chart.
|12-Hour Regular Time||Military Time (24-Hour Clock)|
Converting 10:00 AM Standard Time into Military Time
Converting 10:00 AM from 12-hour time to 24-hour military time is easy!
- Identify if the time is AM or PM.
- For AM we simply remove the colon “:” and the AM. For PM we would remove the colon “:”, remove the PM, and add 12 hours to the time.
- Since we are considering 10:00 AM, we remove the colon and remove the AM.
- 10:00 AM – colon “:” – AM = 1000 military time.
If you were considering a conversion for 10:00 PM instead, the converted military time would be 2200 or 22:00 on the 24-hour clock. This is pronounced, “Twenty-Two Hundred.”
How to Say 10:00 AM (1000) in Military Time
You can say 1000 as: “Ten Hundred hours.”
Military Time to Standard/Regular Time Conversion ToolUse the tool below to convert military time to standard time or, alternatively, converted standard time to military time quickly and easily!
10:00 AM Regular Time Conversion Chart
|12 Hour Clock||Military Time||How to Say|
|10:00 AM||1000||Ten Hundred|
|10:01 AM||1001||Ten Zero One|
|10:02 AM||1002||Ten Zero Two|
|10:03 AM||1003||Ten Zero Three|
|10:04 AM||1004||Ten Zero Four|
|10:05 AM||1005||Ten Zero Five|
|10:06 AM||1006||Ten Zero Six|
|10:07 AM||1007||Ten Zero Seven|
|10:08 AM||1008||Ten Zero Eight|
|10:09 AM||1009||Ten Zero Nine|
|10:10 AM||1010||Ten Ten|
|10:11 AM||1011||Ten Eleven|
|10:12 AM||1012||Ten Twelve|
|10:13 AM||1013||Ten Thirteen|
|10:14 AM||1014||Ten Fourteen|
|10:15 AM||1015||Ten Fifteen|
|10:16 AM||1016||Ten Sixteen|
|10:17 AM||1017||Ten Seventeen|
|10:18 AM||1018||Ten Eighteen|
|10:19 AM||1019||Ten Nineteen|
|10:20 AM||1020||Ten Twenty|
|10:21 AM||1021||Ten Twenty-One|
|10:22 AM||1022||Ten Twenty-Two|
|10:23 AM||1023||Ten Twenty-Three|
|10:24 AM||1024||Ten Twenty-Four|
|10:25 AM||1025||Ten Twenty-Five|
|10:26 AM||1026||Ten Twenty-Six|
|10:27 AM||1027||Ten Twenty-Seven|
|10:28 AM||1028||Ten Twenty-Eight|
|10:29 AM||1029||Ten Twenty-Nine|
|10:30 AM||1030||Ten Thirty|
|10:31 AM||1031||Ten Thirty-One|
|10:32 AM||1032||Ten Thirty-Two|
|10:33 AM||1033||Ten Thirty-Three|
|10:34 AM||1034||Ten Thirty-Four|
|10:35 AM||1035||Ten Thirty-Five|
|10:36 AM||1036||Ten Thirty-Six|
|10:37 AM||1037||Ten Thirty-Seven|
|10:38 AM||1038||Ten Thirty-Eight|
|10:39 AM||1039||Ten Thirty-Nine|
|10:40 AM||1040||Ten Forty|
|10:41 AM||1041||Ten Forty-One|
|10:42 AM||1042||Ten Forty-Two|
|10:43 AM||1043||Ten Forty-Three|
|10:44 AM||1044||Ten Forty-Four|
|10:45 AM||1045||Ten Forty-Five|
|10:46 AM||1046||Ten Forty-Six|
|10:47 AM||1047||Ten Forty-Seven|
|10:48 AM||1048||Ten Forty-Eight|
|10:49 AM||1049||Ten Forty-Nine|
|10:50 AM||1050||Ten Fifty|
|10:51 AM||1051||Ten Fifty-One|
|10:52 AM||1052||Ten Fifty-Two|
|10:53 AM||1053||Ten Fifty-Three|
|10:54 AM||1054||Ten Fifty-Four|
|10:55 AM||1055||Ten Fifty-Five|
|10:56 AM||1056||Ten Fifty-Six|
|10:57 AM||1057||Ten Fifty-Seven|
|10:58 AM||1058||Ten Fifty-Eight|
|10:59 AM||1059||Ten Fifty-Nine|
What is Military Time?Military time is a way of expressing time that is used mainly by the military and other organizations that need to be precise about the time of day. It is based on a 24-hour clock that starts at midnight and goes up to 23:59, or 11:59 pm. While it may seem confusing at first, once you understand how it works, it’s easy to read and use.
Military time can be especially useful for those who work in fields where precision is important, such as emergency services or transportation. It can also help people keep track of their daily activities more easily than standard time. Understanding military time can also come in handy when traveling internationally, as many countries outside the US use this system.