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Which is Zulu (Zulu time)?
The Zulu (short for "Zulu time") is commonly used in combat and navigational applications as Universal Coordinated Time (UCT), sometimes also referred to as Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) or Coordinated Universal Time (abbreviated UTC), and formerly as Greenwich Mean Time. Militarily acronym Z follows a time in Greenwich Time.
The Greenwich Time, now known as Universal Coordinated Time, is the time on the 0 degree 0 minute degree latitude - the main meridian line or length line that divides east-west in the global geographic coordinates system. These longitudes are calculated from the British Naval Observatory in Greenwich, England, near London.
"Zulu " is the radio-carticulation for the character Z. Traditionally, ships and planes are navigated with Zulu time. The Zulu time is usually given in the form of a 24-hour watch, using the time division of the Greek calendars of hour and minute.