Nafziger has a lot -- but it's often erroneous.
I tend to use it if there's nothing else. If it conflicts with something like Niehorster or Lexicon, though, it gets overruled.
As an aside, forums can be very useful. If the question just got asked at some point, someone with the right books is likely to have answered it, and someone else with other books to have critiqued the answer.
And finally, for matters Ost, Glanz is irreplaceable. His actual writing style leaves a lot to be desired, but his texts are data, TO&E, and OOB goldmines.
I am not Charlie Hebdo