I just spent several seconds looking at a date and trying to decipher it.
As a Brit, I'm used to a day-month-year format, so today is 16/09/2023, i.e. 16 Sep 2023.
But in the US (anywhere else?) a month-day-year format is used, so today would be 09/16/2023, i.e. Sep 16 2023. There aren't 16 months in the year so 09/16/2023 is confusing to people like me. What is that? The 9th of Sedecimber 2023?
If you wrote months as 3 letters (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec) then that would remove all confusion regardless of what order you write the day and month in.
That said, even better still, I'd prefer a standardised format. My preference would be day-month-year, but writing the month using 3 letters would be a good start to reduce confusion.