Time Standards - GMT, UTC, and Zulu
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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Tue, 9 Jul 96 09:37:15 -0700
Subject: Time Standards - GMT, UTC, and Zulu
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In article <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org "Colum Mylod" writes:
> There are flavours
> of UTC but it is international, as is its aeronautic equivalent Zulu.
Zulu is not a time. It is a suffix which is written alongside time values to
indicate that GMT (or UTC now I suppose) is being used e.g. 1300Z
This leads to the following:
"You have to be at my location at 4 o'clock"
"Can you tell me that in Zulu?"
"Certainly, N'dinge qwe qwe lobo"
© 1996 Peter Langston