Is there someone out there that knows the time zones and can explain Zulu time?
Zulu (short for “Zulu time”) is used in the military and in navigation generally as a term for Universal Coordinated Time (UCT), sometimes called Universal Time Coordinated ( UTC ) or Coordinated Universal Time (but abbreviated UTC), and formerly called Greenwich Mean Time.
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Where in the world is Zulu time absolute? Its currently 1900 zulu time which would be 7pm EST where i live. But its actually 1400 Zulu time which is 2pm EST. So if an IF event is say 2100 Zulu for me that would actually be 1600 Zulu meaning 4pm? Am I correct ?
This post could help you understand everything. :)
Zulu time follows GMT (Greenwich mean time) or British time, but it doesn’t change to accommodate daylight savings (so it won’t +1 hour during summer months).
@BAH242 Zulu is basicly English 24hour time :)