When Extensions are not Enough…

When living, working, and shopping on three different bases in two different countries, you’d think that folks here would realize that we don’t all have those city codes memorized. Or at least I don’t. I got a flyer for an event happening at Brunssum. Just call ext. xxxx for more information. Uh, no. Doesn’t work. So, here’s the cheat sheet… if you’re calling from the same country, don’t bother with the first 4 digits.

The links will give you phone numbers and hours for many services offered at all three bases. The GK link even provides numbers for lodging down in Garmisch.

GK: (http://www.usagschinnen.eur.army.mil/sites/phone/PhoneGermany.asp)

0049-(0)2451-63 + the 4 digit extension for most offices on base.
0049-(0)2451-90-8030 gets the elementary school
0049-(0)2451-99 + the 4 digit extension for med group numbers

Brunssum:(http://www.usagschinnen.eur.army.mil/sites/phone/PhoneNetherlands.asp)

0031 – (0) 45 526 + the 4 digit extension for most offices on base.

The base operator: +31 (0)45 526 2222

Schinnen: (http://www.usagschinnen.eur.army.mil/sites/phone/PhoneNetherlands.asp)

0031- (0)46-443 + the 4 digit extension for most offices on base.

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