Translation of H-hour in Spanish:


hora H, n.

Pronunciation /ˈeɪtʃ ˈˌaʊ(ə)r/


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    hora H feminine
    • Preplanned raids at specific H-hours typified the 4th ID's operations.
    • H-hour of 2359 would produce maximum surprise, making it difficult for enemy forces to mobilize to repel an invasion.
    • A compromise was reached and the H-hour was changed from 1800 hours to 1405 hours on 6 October.
    • He will also be there with the troops in body armour and helmet minutes before H-hour - the moment the attack begins - when live ammunition is issued, to try to calm any last-minute nerves.
    • However, in the History of the War at Sea, the ships in the Western Task Force, opened fire at H-hour on D-day, an hour before those of us who were in the Eastern Task Force.