First off, the guy is a professional pilot (and all pilots I'm sure have heard the joke about Santa and the FAA, and Santa's annual checkride), he works exclusively at night, and he covers a whole bunch of time zones.
Since the AM/PM distinction is lost as he surely flies west in order to give himself a full 24 hours of night, it'll have to be a a 24 hour watch. So it's gotta be this:
Zulu time, Home time, and time at the final time zone on the run. It's gotta be! Of course, I'm sure that 364 days a year, he wears his 321 Speedmaster!
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