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Article looks great, but I have a question about date and time. If you look at the 3rd paragraph, in the section Battle of Tabu-dong#Further US Withdrawal, the time "03:00" is mentioned, and somewhere nearby is "08:00". This is a mixture of civilian and military time formats. Shouldn't it be one or the other? 3:00, 3:00am, or 3pm, if its civilian format, 0300 or 1500 if it's military time. If you go with military time, then for the sake of consistency, dates should likewise probably be put in military format as well; (23 September 1950, not September 23, 1950). Something of a quibble, I admit, but had to throw it out there for consideration. Does the MilHistoryProject have any guidelines on this? Over. Boneyard90 (talk) 02:59, 29 December 2010 (UTC)