Convert 1028 military time into standard (regular) AM/PM format.
1028 = 10:28 AM
1028 = 10:28 AM using regular (standard) 12-hour AM/PM notation.
What time is 1028 military time? 10:28 AM on the standard 12-hour clock. Pronounced “Ten Twenty-Eight”, It can be challenging to compare 1028 to 10:28 AM standard time. The conversion of both timekeeping systems is thoroughly explained on this page. This includes guidance on how to change military time to the 12-hour format as well as the appropriate method to say time values when talking. You can find a simple reference for 1028 below and additional information on conversion details for each minute from 1000 – 1059 military time through an easy-to-use chart.
|Military Time (24-Hour Clock)||12-Hour Regular Time|
Converting 1028 Military Time into Regular/Standard Time
Converting 1028 from 24-hour military time to 12-hour time is easy!
- Note that any military time lower than 1159 is converted to AM. So any time converted lower would have the AM appended to the converted time.
- First, we would take would 1028 military time, then add a colon between the hours (10) and minutes (28) leaving 10:28.
- 1028 military time + add a colon “:” between the hours (10) and minutes (28) minutes + add AM to the end = 10:28 AM
Extra If you were considering a conversion for 2228 instead, the converted standard time would be 10:28 PM.
How to Say 1028 (10:28 AM) in Military Time
You can say as: “Ten Twenty-Eight 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!
1028 Military 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|
Standard Time vs Military Time(AM/PM)?Standard time and military time both have their own benefits and drawbacks. Standard time is what most people are used to and it is easier to read and understand. Military time can be difficult to understand at first, but it is based on a 24-hour clock that never changes, so it is less confusing in the long run. For example, if you wanted to say 1:00 pm with standard time, you would say 1300 with military time.
Standard time can be more useful for everyday tasks such as scheduling appointments, making plans, or setting alarms. It is also easier when working with other people who may not be familiar with military time. On the other hand, military time may be preferred when dealing with large-scale projects or when working on an international level since it eliminates possible confusion over different countries’ local times.
Ultimately, which one is better comes down to personal preference and what type of task you are doing. However, having knowledge of both time systems can be beneficial in some cases as each has its own unique advantages for specific situations.