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alohajoe First Officer

Heys all happy new year! Can someone tell me how the + - 10 hours GMT means? And how to set it for 1047 Pacific Stan. Time. I can't figure it out, and its screwing up multiplayer sessions. thanx in advance!

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I'm assuming your talking about your profile.
You should set it at "-8".

Radar

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

If your interested. Here's a good website that will help you determine time over the entire world.

http://www.timeticker.com/

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alohajoe First Officer

Ok thanx guys! I figured it out. timeticker.com is an intresting site! Thanx again Very Happy

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Tailhook Chief Captain

CRJCapt wrote:

If your interested. Here's a good website that will help you determine time over the entire world.

http://www.timeticker.com/

Just what I've been looking for Cheers!

Don Wood Guest

If you become active in real aviation, you will use GMT (Grenwich Mean Time) a lot. It is the world standard for defining time and is used in flight plans, military mission planning, and a myriad of other ways. It is also referred to as Zulu time and if you see time notations such as 1000Z or 1500L, these refer to 10:00 AM, Zulu time and 3:00 PM, local time.

As Radarman pointed out, Zulu time is 8 hours ahead of Pacific Standard Time and 7 hours ahead of Pacific Daylight Savings Time. The adjustment varies depending where you are in the world.

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alohajoe First Officer

Ahha! now i got the whole GMT thing, i didn't know it was Zulu. Thanx for pionting that out Don Wood! I gotta go shovel snow Crying or Very sad Sad Puke Up Tahnx again.

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