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The sleep patterns Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and civilians are all influenced by natural light, and well as by their age and fitness. In general, 0100 - 0500 are best for sleeping instead of driving.

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Natural sleep patters are internally regulated and influenced by light. The hours that Marines and Sailors should avoid driving because of drowsiness are 200 to 400, and 1300 to 1500.

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