In Falcon4 Allied Force in the Israel Mk2 campaign, the path to an air base will contain way too many fighters for it to be possible to reach it. There is simply way too many fighters given the amount of missiles that your flight has. The extent to which this is true is unique to this particular campaign. A good way to single-handedly be able to change the tide of the war is by sweeping out tons of fighters in the path to an airbase. This will make it possible to weaken the gauntlet of enemy fighters and make it possible for a strike on an important airbase. This campaign strategy will be particularly effective if you can make the fighter sweep missions very close apart, so that you can destroy many fighters per hour.
Unfortunately, in the Falcon4 Allied Force Israel Mk2 theater, the campaign does such a good job of generating defensive counter air missions, that virtually no amount of sweep missions ever will create a very clear path to an airbase. The group of fighters in this campaign that are destroyed simply get replaced with other defensive counter air missions. Because of this, the attempts to sweep out a path to an airbase will be more a war of attrition than creating a clear path. In my experience, I have swept out dozens of aircraft in back to back sweep missions. The path to the airbase even after all these sweep missions still has tons of enemy aircraft as a roadblock.
Even though sweeping out the enemy aircraft in the path to an air base is very difficult, depending on the campaign, it is still worth doing. The airbases launching the air to air resistance can eventually be attrited of enemy aircraft.
Here is how to make back to back sweep missions that clear the path to an air base of enemy fighters. 1) Find missions that have take off times close to each other. 2) Change the mission waypoints to go to the path of an air base. 3) Correct the steerpoint times.
( see video 1)