though, for stories, I have one that makes me laugh.
I GMed a short campaign for a group of friends- something like 4-5 missions. We had five players- a F-111, A pair of phantoms, and a pair of Kfirs. One of the Kfir pilots had outright stated that he intended to do most, if not all, of the early air-to-air combat, which went over ok, since the F-111 pilot had decided that "Bombs, Bombs everywhere" was an acceptable plan. well, bombs and rockets, but that's neither here nor there for the purposes of the story.
So I write up a mission brief- short version, the PCs were tasked with bombing an airfield in Somalia to shit before it could be used by rebel forces to bring in their own merc force. threat assessment listed NO aircraft, and limited groundsites.
their load was almost entirely AtA, with the F-111 taking the most of the bombs- One of the Kfirs took a pair of napalm canisters and one of the phantoms took a few bombs- not many, but some.
they were completely winchester by the end of it- except of the air to air ordinance. when I asked why they'd picked that loadout, given the mission brief, they basically said "lol, didn't read it"
it was a sadface moment then, kind of funny now.