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Are Mil-Air frequencies the same nation wide or different for particular states/areas of the U.S.?

iMONITOR

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I notice that RR list a national database of military frequencies yet the also list for each state in most cases. Are Mil-AIr frequencies common across the nation or are there unique lists within and around each state? In other words if I'm always monitoring in Michigan, should I bother programming frequencies that I see elsewhere across the nation? I'm thinking in serious real life emergencies they'd be apt to use any of them anywhere as they see fit so I should add them to my local list.

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Some are the same nationwide and some are locally assigned for different military units, training areas, refueling tracks, ATC facilities or airports.
 
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