Date and time notation in the United States differs from that used in other English-speaking countries. Traditionally, dates are written in the "month day, year" order ("December 02, 1999"), and time in 12-hour notation ("11:00 p.m.") The internationally more common notations are used in some professional environments, such as in the military.

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  • Date and time notation in the United States differs from that used in other English-speaking countries. Traditionally, dates are written in the "month day, year" order ("December 02, 1999"), and time in 12-hour notation ("11:00 p.m.") The internationally more common notations are used in some professional environments, such as in the military. (en)
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  • Date and time notation in the United States differs from that used in other English-speaking countries. Traditionally, dates are written in the "month day, year" order ("December 02, 1999"), and time in 12-hour notation ("11:00 p.m.") The internationally more common notations are used in some professional environments, such as in the military. (en)
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  • Date and time notation in the United States (en)
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