I think there will be internet in the people who monitor the Military Air Band I wouldn't mind purchasing the frequencies so I can keep track on who operates where in the 200 - 300 mhz band. So far with the frequencies I found on MilAirComm's website I am able to pick up the frequencies I didn't have programmed in to my Uniden BCD536HP scanner.Just seeing if there was enough interest.
Larry this is bill in the Nevada Desert (Douglas Co) also.I would be willing to subscribe (for a fee) to a group that exchanged frequencies as you would have an up to date list. I have a list that I'd be willing to share for my area. Problem with books is they are out of date almost as soon as published. They also may be for a geographic area so if you are focusing on the east coast that would not benefit me in the Nevada desert.. I'd like to see more folks in the hobby for sure.
I also agree the RR list is only a start at best.